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Fuel dye has nothing to do with it. The fuel sender in light airplanes is usually an automotive-style float operated potentiometer, a rotary variable resistor, like a volume knob on a radio. Inside is an arm, or wiper, that sweeps around a resistive conductor in an arc, providing a variable output voltage for the fuel gauge. There will be a voltage range ...


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