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MF 65 fuel gauge
|Bryan||I would like to know if anyone has suggestions to installing new fuel gauge on MF 65 DIesel?
|JasonG||I believe you just loosen 2 nuts on the backside of gauge and remove the wires to the sending unit and it will slide out. Install is reverse.
|John||Pretty sure Jason is right.
I replace my gas gauge and then had to pull the sending unit. The sending unit had a work rag caught on the are and the float was installed 180 degrees out.
Luck to you, it's worth it to have a working as gauge.
|john||can any body tell me how much oil is needed for a MF65 gear box.I have a small drip developing under the transmission case that comes out of a amall hole,Ihave no idea where it comes from but assume its the trsansmission. i would like to drain and refill the transmission but can not find how to dip it and dont know how much snould be in it anyhow. John
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