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Fuel Sending Unit

Tech article by Jeepster and filed under Electrical, Gas Tanks

Tech article by Dan Thomas (Jeepster)

5 Responses to “Fuel Sending Unit”

  1. ADAM MCISAAC Says:

    hello i have a 73 bronco. i cant get the aux fuel tank to work? could it be the swich under the seat? or the sending unit? how should i go about finding out?

    thank you adam

  2. harlen Says:

    i have a 77 bronco and it will not pick up gas in cool weather if it sits a couple of days. i have replaced the fuel pump and it didnt help.

  3. harlen Says:

    where is the sending unit located?

  4. Jeepster Says:

    In the gas tank.

  5. Broncotough7 Says:

    I have a 66 bronco and have replaced the sending unit. I cant get the dash gauge to read the amount of fuel. Any suggestions on what this might be?

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