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Old 02-08-03, 21:42   #1
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Resistance readings of fuel sender.

hi, my brother is going to check my resistance readings on my fuel lever sender and he said i need to know what they are before he checks them.

Can anyone help?
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Old 03-08-03, 22:47   #2
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Old 04-08-03, 18:53   #3
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WTF? Use a multimeter and swing the ******* through its full sweep. ACtually, i might go do it soon.
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yea, but they may not be accurate... to what they Should be...

how much if a fuel sender unit thing gunna cost if it is stuffed?
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Old 04-08-03, 22:36   #5
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i priced a new fuel sender today.
looking at about $200 depending on where you go.
rare spare's do a changeover for about $150 i think it was.
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I got readings of approximately 30 ohms to 316 ohms. Maybe its meant to go to zero but the slider resistor isn't all that accurate.
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yea, i just went out and got a new dash today, fixed my fuel gague problem
now the only thing is the tacho takes 1 seccond before it starts working when u first start the engine, but i always have my seccond dash to put that in if i need to.
just dont wanna start pulling things apart again
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Old 24-10-16, 07:31   #9
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Fuel Sender Resistence Readings from GMH

The Readings are as follows:-

Empty Tank 283.0 +- 7 Ohms
1/2 Tank 97.3 +- 3
Full Tank 40.0 +- 2

Hope this helps in future
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