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Old 06-02-2009, 01:59 PM
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Im trying to configure my Garmin system but Ive got some problems, hopfully someone could direct me the right way

Ive got:
1pcs Garmin 5012
2pcs GMI 10
2pcs GFS10
2 engines
2 tanks
GFS10 are not connected to the fuel instrument in the boat

Can I configure it to calculate with two tanks or how do I best set it up?
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Old 06-02-2009, 04:08 PM
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I hooked mine into the fuel sending unit line at the gauge. Is there no way for you to access the signal? I dont think its needed but if you cant, I would call Garmin. They are pretty good at answering questions and solving issues.
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But do I need them to be connected to the fuel gauges, they are very incorrect?
Is it possible to get a GMI 10 to show information for two GFS 10?
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Another try today without any results!
Does anyone have two tanks connected to their GFS 10?
Do you connect the fuelsensors to the fuelsender?
Can you see both tanks on the display?
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oooops, wrong pete, never mind!!!

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