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Old 04-09-2019, 08:27 PM
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@oldskewel The light would still come on under all those circumstances and ALSO fail-safed if the connection was broken, wire cut, or sender not plugged back in, if a normally open switch was used like in with coolant level or even windshield washer. Only the bulb check would need to be done differently. But yes, like Wpoll says, seems they like to use the same parts as much as they can and I guess not a bad thing either. Will be interesting to see if OP ends up with a flickering oil light when he repairs the wire.
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