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    Seadoo GTR gas gauge

    I filled up my gtr today, right to the top to where the gas cap would almost touch the gas in the tube. So, obviously it was "full" but I checked what my gauge would say. I hit the start button and had all lines but the very top. When I go to start in the water it briefly lights up during the normal screen stuff so know there isn't a issue that it can't light.

    Anyone else have this issue? It was more than full so all lines should have been lit. Just kind of bugs me. It's worked before so not sure why it wouldn't now.


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    may be a lil sitch with the float in the tank.

    stuck or something...

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    Hmm, I'll have to see if it does it again the next time I fill her up I guess. Just seems odd, wasn't sure if it was something others have seen too.

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    negative - havn't had that issue.

    but, then again - the GTR hasn't seen water since I got the SPARK...

    I actually got on the wifes 2K6 GTIse (880lbs) and felt like I was riding the Queen mary, or maybe a super-tanker...

    Not sure what the 'HOT-ROD' is gonna feel like... kinda scared I wont like it anymore...

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    Same happens to us. Very rarely get the final bar lit with full tank

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    I have 2 GTRs. I pick up the front of the trailer and shake them when I fill so I can get every bubble out of the tank. I never get the top bar. I worry more after the last bar disappears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacer View Post
    I worry more after the last bar disappears.
    I got close to that recently. Rode about 10 miles on the last bar @ 30 mph in eco mode. Filled up and still had 3 gallons left.

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    Take the sending unit out and bend the float arm down, it will change the indication.

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    I'd be more worried when it shows when close to empty. I've always calibrated my fuel gauges to correctly around empty.

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