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Combine MF 9795 Fuel indicator broken

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My Massey combine 9795 got the low-fuel warning lighten, but it isn't low on fuel.

The combine will start but it shuts down shortly after. I guess as a way to protect itself from no-fuel related problems.

The Massey dealer nearby have not found what was the problem.

Has anyone seen this before? Do you know a way we could fix it?


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you first need to establish through a wiring schematic if there is a separate sensor for low fuel or if the ecm reads a voltage return to indicate and calculate level and the alarm point, it could be the in tank sensor or wiring that is compromised so the voltage signal is out of whack, usually they are 2 wire connections, but some are three, and your dealer should have info of the resistance value from full to empty and the trip value for the alarm. sounds like the ecm overides a visual check and sets the code for engine protection/stupidity. what ever happened to common sense in design?
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