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    2000 century 1900 CC
    Ok I'm puzzle , I can't seem to be able to locate the fuel sender.
    I have access to the topside of the fuel tank for a 6"round port hole.
    behind the CC . I look everywhere on the top side of the fuel tank
    all I see is 2 valves one for incoming gas and the other is out to the motor.
    need help location the fuel sender my yamaha tach keep reading
    full.

    thanks

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    Re: 2000 century 1900 CC fuel sender location

    I really could only provide help or direction with their older (pre 1986) models but have you tried contacting Century?

    They did go under a few years ago but they are back in business.

    Century Boats 40047 County Road 54 East Zephyrhills, FL 33540 Phone: 813-CENTURY ( 813-236-8879 ) Fax: 813-782-7111
    1974 Century Resorter
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      Re: 2000 century 1900 CC fuel sender location

      Originally posted by khoi36 View Post
      2000 century 1900 CC
      Ok I'm puzzle , I can't seem to be able to locate the fuel sender.
      I have access to the topside of the fuel tank for a 6"round port hole.
      behind the CC . I look everywhere on the top side of the fuel tank
      all I see is 2 valves one for incoming gas and the other is out to the motor.
      need help location the fuel sender my yamaha tach keep reading
      full.

      thanks

      If your tachomter is reading full, then what is the fuel gauge reading .

      The fuel sender should look like a 2" round plate with 5 bolts molding it down . . . If it is not visible from the hatch, you could take your smart phone, poke it in hatch opening a bit and snap a few pictures in the areas not readily visible. Of course, if you cannot see it, then you won't be able to do much in terms of checking it or replacing it. Usually there is a large hatch that has to come up (after the CC is removed) to get full access to the tank.
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        Re: 2000 century 1900 CC fuel sender location

        Originally posted by tpenfield View Post
        If your tachomter is reading full, then what is the fuel gauge reading .

        The fuel sender should look like a 2" round plate with 5 bolts molding it down . . . If it is not visible from the hatch, you could take your smart phone, poke it in hatch opening a bit and snap a few pictures in the areas not readily visible. Of course, if you cannot see it, then you won't be able to do much in terms of checking it or replacing it. Usually there is a large hatch that has to come up (after the CC is removed) to get full access to the tank.

        Thank for your reply There no fuel fuel gauge . yamaha tachometer has a digtal fuel gauge.
        the problem I'm having that the tach read the fuel tank is full. I know it isn't full . When I open
        the hatch behind the CC I can see the top side of the tank. But dont see any fuel sender or wire from the fuel sender
        it self.

        Thanks

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