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Old December 13th, 2015, 10:04 PM
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NAS D110 Low Fuel Unit

Anyone know where and what it is? I assume it's behind the binnacle based on the other wiring that the schematic shows as connecting into it. Looking and don't see anything obvious. Is it a relay like device? It connects inline to the fuel sender signal to trigger the low fuel light when applicable.
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Old December 13th, 2015, 10:58 PM
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Not sure of NAS is the same but on my 91 it is a small circuit board wrapped up inside the loom. IIRC it was near the instruments.
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OK - I have a wrapped up circuit board there but thats the signal conditioner for the Temp gauge that they put on the NAS D110s. I don't see another one but will keep looking.

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Found the board - pretty small and tied up in the wiring loom. Tested the wiring and all good so looks like gauge is bad.

Anyone have a leftover D110 fuel gauge? Or has anyone who replaced their NAS D110 fuel gauge know what replacements will work?

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I have a complete set of gauges from a NAS 110 up for grabs.
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