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Old 19 June 2014, 02:54   #11
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Also check the sender unit on the engine mount, make sure it hasnt moved when dealer looking at engine, I had some work done recently and as per normal they nudged the unit and didnt check after work done so I had to re position unit. The sender unit does fail occasionaly, ive replaced two in about 5 years. Check its working by manually pushing lever on unit and check how it is positioned, sometimes if engine tilted all way up the small bar on the sender unit can go the other side of the thing it rubs againts so you have to fiddle about and get it positioned correctly.

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