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egrant5329 wrote:This is from an old post, but basically it sounds like you need GM 0-30 ohm sender. Mine worked in reverse too and ended going to a centroid sender.
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After a little \"Google\"ing, I came across some info that suggests there are a few standard ohm ranges for fuel senders:
Sender type--------------empty resistance-------full resistance
GM 30 ---------------------0 ohms-----------------30 ohms
GM 90----------------------0 ohms-----------------90 ohms
GM 250-------------------40 ohms-----------------250 ohms
Ford 10-------------------73 ohms-----------------10 ohms
Ford 150------------------20 ohms-----------------150 ohms
VDO 180------------------10 ohms-----------------180 ohms
Stewart Warner/Sun 33--240 ohms-----------------33 ohms
Import 4-------------------112 ohms-----------------4 ohms
One site said that the GM 30 was used on Pre 1965 GMs. Interesting considering the Brazilian guages seem to need the 0-30 ohm sender.
dlearl476 wrote:So it was 59° today so it's time to get on my winter "to do" list while I can still wear my fur-lined flight helmet.
This and my clamshell release are on the top of the list. Are there any more detailed explanations, preferably with pics, as to modifying the VW sending unit to work properly?
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