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'58 Station Wagon Fuel Sender Ohm Range?
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r1lark
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Does anyone know the specs for the ohm range of a '58 Packard Station Wagon fuel tank sender (when measured at the sender)? I assume the ohm range would be the same for the '58 sedan and hardtop (except Hawk).

Thanks in advance for any and all input!

Posted on: 2020/10/29 18:31
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Re: '58 Station Wagon Fuel Sender Ohm Range?
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DwainG
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These King-Seeley gages use a scale of 10 ohms full to 70 ohms empty with a few ohms variation. The parts book lists 4 different senders for 57-58 L models. These gages also use a voltage regulator for the fuel and temp gages.

Note- I just edited my post. I had mistakenly written 0 ohms where it should have been 10 ohms.

Posted on: 2020/11/25 20:48
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