Okay So here are pictures of what I've seen when doing this first inspection. Anything else I should look for?
So the sensor itself Looks pretty Corroded. But the Fuel Sending Unit is dry!
Its not the sleeve, its that orange seal in the picture on the inside of the plug. A quick fix is to pull that out and boom its like a mk3 or mk5 plug.
FAQ'd under 'coolant migration'
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If you have a de-pinning tool I would take those pins out and clean them up, probably put some electrical contact sealer in there to prevent corrosion again.
Starting to lean towards a faulty cluster? Anyone? Input?
To rule out the wiring from the fuel sender I would test with a volt meter to make sure that they arent grounding.
When is the problem happening, at startup? When the car is cold? When its hot?
How's the battery on the car? When was it replaced?
After a bit more digging I think a coolant flush and new ball will suffice. I'll clean and reseal that plug and hopefully that fixes her problems?
A faulty cluster is going to be an expensive repair.... right?
The one on the right is pretty hot
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