Fuel sensor might have gone bad, remember getting it changed once with in warranty!Filled up with 91 octane as usual the other day, but the low fuel light won't turn off. I've rode twice since then, but the light stays on even though the tank is near full. The bike runs perfect with no hiccups or stalls or anything. Any thoughts?
I did the fuel treatment then switched to only shell Sunaco and marathon bran stations. It's worked pretty well. Sometimes it still reads crazy but then comes back. Before I did the treatment it didn't work at all for several tanks of fuel.