Re: Fuel Tank Surprise

Posted by HH56 on 2008/4/10 21:39:36
Chrysler-Ford-Packard used an ohm range of 10-70 for their senders and GM uses 0-90 and I think its reversed. When empty, Packard will be at max resistance whereas I think, but won't swear to it, GM will be at minimum. Best would be to pull it out of tank, hook it up, and see which way it goes. There is a sender, possibly still available from Ford, that will drop right in the Packard tank. Turbopackman has posted the details of that if you want to do a search on the site, or if that is unavailable, you could get the JC Whitney universal and use the directions that are posted in tech tips to install.

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