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The low fuel pressure warning light is no longer working on my Berlina, and I would obviously like to have it working again.

I pulled the bulb and holder out of the dash and applied 12V and it lights up, so I'm thinking the sender is not working.

Grounding the wire doesn't do anything, but should it? I would think that it's a circuit that grounds itself when the pressure drops.

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Ian
 

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Move the switch to any other Alfas you might have around and try it. Or just replace it. Did it used to work?
Andrew
 

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I don't know, this is on the "new" Berlina. So no, not as long as I've had it.
 

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Yeah, that's what I'm hoping its not . No easy way to get to the end of the wire other than the back of the cluster.
 

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Thanks Jacques, I've got the book - had it for 10+ years!
 
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