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I'll be installing my GM flex fuel sensor this week and am trying to decide a good place to mount it. If you have some time, please post a pic showing the location where your GM flex fuel sensor is mounted. Thanks.
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sensor zip tied to the OEM strut bar. Fuel tubes are facing downwards Note, I put a black wristband around the sensor to keep the popo at bay. Its a pain to remove the wristband, so i pushed away as much as i could.
View of the flex fuel sensor wiring harness facing the passenger side of the car
The FF sensors needs to be full of fuel or the readings are unstable. We have seen a drop by 1% at WOT, but with big injectors and fuel pump working 30% harder you may see a higher drop. What numbers are you seeing