Ok I (finally) got the fuel level sensor device out ...
and I have a brand new NTC thermistor all set to go....
any clever ideas for opening the little anti-slosh can that the thermistor lives in ?
The plastic cap is quite stuck and even with single tab pried up, doesn't want to come out .
The best I can come up with is using a Dremel tool, with a tiny cutting blade and slicing the can open and bending back the flaps.
Seems very drastic and quite crude.. although no one will actually care what it looks like , after its rebuilt .
Any other solutions come to mind ??
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You could investigate just making your own tube - a piece of fuel-resistant rubber, with the thermistor mounted partway down inside of it.
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