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Riviera Fuel Level Indicator

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Guest Davii

I have a 1969 Riviera and would appreciate knowing more about the intended factory functioning of the fuel gauge. Specifically, when the ignition is turned off, should the fuel level indicator descend to the "E" (empty) position. . .or was it designed to stay in a "hold" position, indicating the actual amount of gas in the tank at the time?

Thanks in advance for any information you might be able to provide!

Steve Davis



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