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Fuel floats, otherwise known as fuel sending units, in both light and heavy construction equipment are designed to measure the amount of fuel in the fuel tank. The sender float sits at the surface of the fuel and is connected to the arm that moves the needle on the fuel gauge. As the fuel level drops, the float drops with it and will increasingly move the needle towards empty. A faulty fuel float can give inaccurate readings of fuel levels and create a risk of running out of fuel. If the needle on the fuel gauge gets stuck or if it acts erratically, you may be dealing with a faulty fuel sending unit.
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