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Fuel Gauge Wiring and connector


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My fuel gauge stopped working so I went to the source and found out the connector that goes to the sending unit is in need of replacement. I can not seem to find one anywhere. Any help would be appreciated. It just plugs on the sending unit connector in the bottom of the tank. I have jerry rigged it at this time.


Kerry in Virginia Beach.

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Check with Midlife, he may have a spare.



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I would first do as jbojo suggested and see if midlife has a used one or a wire harness he is willing to part out. If not then you could try some parts houses like Napa, Advance, O'Reilly, as I have found some wiring "pigtails" with them. If none of those pan out, and If the plastic collar around the two threaded studs on your sender is round,(some have indentations) this may work: http://www.tomsbroncoparts.com/product/fuel-sending-unit-wiring-pigtail-66-79-ford-bronco-new



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