Ok, this is serious. I have learn what is going on with my boat. The fuel in one tank is getting less and the fuel in the other tank is increasing. When we did the rewire, I did move a valve assembly -- and during the re-wire, I turned the valve back and forth to work around it until I just relocated the whole thing up and over an inch. But I forgot to note what position it was in to begin with.
I have attached a photograph of the fuel system. Anyone who saw the early "pre" wiring
photograph on the Willard
will be amazed at the utter transformation of the wiring
The fuel comes in on the lower left -- and those valves are in the correct position. I never did mess with that assembly. It comes into some small box and that box is wired into a toggle switch that is just above and to the right. I am not sure what the switch does -- since I have taken the boat out, I have not turned "on" the switch.
And don't take me to task for that blasted coax dangling -- it is now secure!!
That large fuel line loop by the blue filter is the return fuel line (so I was told). It goes up into that valve assembly and that is the assembly I messed with and moved during the rewire.
I do not know if that valve gate is in the original position the way it was when I first got the boat.
I was told that the boat was set up to draw equally from both -- and it was (I know cause the boat was chartered alot in my first few months of ownership
, hence I know it is something I did).