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Until recently, if you had a problem with one of the fuel level sensors (the MO has two) the dealer would have to replace the complete fuel pump/filter/sensor assembly. Now we have a more affordable option. A Service Bulletin (#06087) was issued on 11/27/06 that outlines the procedure for replacing just the fuel level sensor. This could help out those owners who are now out of warranty and are looking to minimize repair costs.

Here's the link: Service Bulletin: Fuel Level Sensor

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Nice find.
 

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The link to the service bulletin does not seem to work. Any ideas? I have had incorrect fuel level readings for years now and the cost is horrendous down here in Australia to replace the whoel pump
 
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