What kind of bike do you have? If it is one in the Cross Country line (base, tour, magnum, etc.), then I can also see the needle move but only from the range slightly above 1/4 tank (red zone) to the empty position. Due to the strange design of the fuel level sensor, the needle does not move during the use of the first ~1.5 gallons and then behaves nicely until just above 1/4 tank and then after this point, the needle moves at a visible speed toward empty. Also be aware that when your low fuel light comes on, you have about 1 to 1.5 gallons left in the tank.
With the Cross series of bikes, the needle will stay full for the first 70 miles or so, then it will drop quickly over the next 40-60 miles. I believe it's the way the float is situated in the tank. I rely on it as a guide only, as I put my faith in the trip odometer.
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Got rid of my Harley and now a proud owner of a 2011 Cross Country. New bike and New questions. I have found my way here more than a couple times and always find answers. Great site!
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