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Hi guys, my project '93A was not reading when close to being out of fuel ( I thought!), so I bought a Thermistor/NTC as per the forum, and pulled the pump to replace it to find that the fuel level was ABOVE the sensor. So I reconnected the pump outside of the tank, and found that it did actually work...so actuated the level float and found that it seemed to work, but was reading near empty with what I now believe to be over 4 liters of fuel remaining. I removed the assembly and bent (in a "technical" fashion..!!)..the arm downwards until the level read slightly to the right of red, about where it should be. Question: Is it o/k to leave as it is?..or should I replace the assembly (if available)?. The adjustment seems a bit "extreme"? (see images)..but seems to work?
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I bent mine slightly as per others have. Just make sure the float will not rub or touch the bottom of tank.

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Tell ya what I do.... I stop for fuel every hundred - hundred-fifty miles to get a cold (or hot) drink & stretch my legs !!:waving:
 
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