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Fuel sending unit 53 Clipper
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Tall Steve
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Anybody know where the connector is located for the fuel sending unit?

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Posted on: 2020/10/23 9:16
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Re: Fuel sending unit 53 Clipper
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HH56
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Believe there is a grommeted hole in the rear trunk floor edge near the vertical panel below the lid. IIRC, the license lamp wire also goes thru the grommet. On most cars the connector is usually near the L tail light but can be between the tail light and the grommet. Have seen it just below the grommet on the outside if for some reason the short wire section continuing on to the sender doesn't reach far enough inside the trunk.

Posted on: 2020/10/23 9:44
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