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    Default Fuel sensor/ gauge leaking fuel

    There is fuel leaking from the bottom of my fuel tank from the fuel gauge sensor. Any advice on repair? Is it a seal or whole gauge. Fuel gauge seems to work ok. Just a constant drip along the wires going into the sensor on the tank bottom. (jd5105). Thanks for any help someone can offer.

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    Default Re: Fuel sensor/ gauge leaking fuel

    There is a gasket used for the sender will be either a thick rubber or cork material. Is also relativly close to the drain valve so will want to make sure is not traveling from there to sender wires.

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    Thanks. Will check. Tractor only has 250 hours and garage kept so I am at a loss as to why this occurred. I did notice wires hanging down from sensor so maybe something snagged on it and cracked sensor. Thanks for reply. I am going to check fuel drain before I change gasket.

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