Sorry wehave tried that. We removed the sensor and did as you suggested to no effect.Any other suggestions?
What were the results of moving the float to different positions?
The next check would be to test the resistance of the sensor and see if it varies when you move the float.
After that you should check the wiring connection at the harness for damage or corrosion on the wires.
We have fitted a brand new sensor, which we wouldhope had no fault in the resistor but we
We have fitted a brand new sensor so the resistor should be ok but we will try. Otherwise wewil
Can I ask if the wiring from the sensor is direct and isolated from the other circuitry.Could there be interference from other wiring. We will check your suggestions.
There cant be any interference from other circuits because when you disconnect it goes to zero and when you short out it goes to full. Any interference would be present at all times.
Did you measure the resistance from the sensor and did it vary when you moved the float?
We will try that over the next few days.
How did it go?
Have been away for a few days so have been able to try it yet. Will let you know asap.