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Skipper
Posts: 5
Registered: ‎07-15-2019

Icon 7 fuel gauge not reading anymore

 

Hi. I am looking for help. I have a 2018 G2 with Icon 7.0. I also have a Lowrance HDS 7. My fuel gauge isn't reading anymore on the home page. It no longer appears as a control head. It only shows on the FLUID INPUT tab as a ADC INPUT. The bar indicates the correct fuel level. It doesn't show on the Feul & ENGINE OIL tab any longer. It says to tap to calibrate but when I get to the CALIBRATIONS tab in Settings there are no inputs detected. (I can send Picts if that would help) I am able to view the fuel level on the Lowrance now. I believe I changed a setting through the Lowrance Data network settings.

The 7.0 was set up by dealer and was working properly. I believe this is just a setting I need to change back either in the Lowrance or 7.0. I just can't seem to be able to configure in the 7.0. Does it need to go to dealer to be hooked to computer? Reconfigure or re-add sender to Lowrance?.. Any help will be appreciated.  Thanh you.

Admiral
Posts: 8,401
Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: Icon 7 fuel gauge not reading anymore

The nice thing about this website is that you do not have to ask the same question multiple times. Please refer to one of your dubplicate questions where there are reponses already.

 

 

 

 


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