Yes you can, Yes you can, Yes you can !
The dial on the tank is connected magnetically, so you can replace it without disturbing the gas. Then you need to connect the two wires from there to where you want the guage, and to a fused power supply. And a switch. They take up to a minute to give an accurate reading, so a push button might prove tiresome.
It has a red light & 4 green lights. When full, all green lights are lit and they gradually go off and when the bottom one goes out, the red light comes on indicating an empty tank. This happens at about 110 - 120 miles after filling up. There is still plenty of gas as it will go to 190 - 200 miles before it needs to be switched to petrol. Until this week. Now it has decided that all 4 green lights should stay on all the time. I just ignore it and use the trip to decide when I am getting low instead.
I guess the float valve has got stuck at the top then. It can stay there.
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