I have a 2017 Evinrude G2 ETEC, with about 35 hours. I have had nothing but problems with the gas gauge always reading as full. I had it to the shop three times, and it keeps on not working. The shop also charges me each time I bring it it in. The motor is under warranty. I want to bring it back, but I am tired of paying and believe this should be covered by warranty. If you have any questions please email me at email@example.com or call me at 510-557-1011 if anyone has had this problem.
If you have a problem with a new Evinrude part used in the installation of your motor, it would be covered by warranty without question
If the fuel level problem is caused by incorrect rigging, installation, or setp, then that should be covered by the installer
If the boat wiring or fuel tank sender is the culprit, that is not an Evinrude warranty situation.
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Mine does the samething. I have a 43 gallon tank. It showed 43 gallons still after I rode for 45 mins at 30 mph.
It showed 97 percent full when I filled up with 17 gallons.
So its not working right.