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|06-05-2009 10:11 AM|
perfect - thanks!
Here is how to test:
Take an ohm meter and take the primary lead to the terminal/connector for the fuel level. Put the black lead to the metal body of the sender to ground it. As you move the float up/down there should be a change in resistance. The change should be smooth as you cycle the float.
The other tab /terminal on the sending unit if for the "low fuel" light. Put the primary lead on this terminal now and with the float down (like the tank is empty) the thing should have very little resistance - like .03 or .04
|06-05-2009 10:05 AM|
It's been a few years and I honestly can not remember what working condition it was in. Let me find out if there's a way to test it... without actually having a car...
|06-05-2009 09:54 AM|
I am if it works. You say aesthetic condition - but do you know (or can you test) if it actually works?
There was a guy on here who PMed me that he had one. I agreed to his price and he fell off the face of the earth and never got back to me
|06-05-2009 09:38 AM|
69 Fuel sender
I have an original for 105 series, came out of my 69 GTV w/Spica. Anyone still need this unit? Pretty good aesthetic condition. I'll try to snap a picture and post tonight.
|04-17-2009 10:59 AM|
Originally Posted by JoeCab View Post
So the ones you have with the tube (which I need)---are they one size fits all? Meaning they read fuel level in all 105 tanks accurately? Are the early spider tanks the same size as the later ones?
|04-17-2009 09:55 AM|
|JoeCab||Yes, all the new production sending units have the fuel feed tube coming out the top. This is really not much of an issue, as they can be blocked off with a rubber plug or cut off and soldered shut.|
|04-17-2009 06:06 AM|
|Dale||Joe's post would imply they have the correct fuel sender for my car? I've emailed him for clarification. The pictures attached come from the parts book. Definitely no tube. My guess is they are no longer available and people are just modifying the replacement.|
|04-17-2009 05:32 AM|
1750 fuel gauge
My sender sticks at half a tank. I pulled it out and it looks a lot different from the others posted. I cleaned the resistance wire and wipers with contact cleaner--haven't run the fuel under a half yet so don't know if it works now or not. Gauges are jaeger. Are the centerline senders drop in replacement?
|04-16-2009 11:21 PM|
Originally Posted by Dale View Post
Yup - I've got a non working one like this holding the place for a new one in my car right now.
|04-16-2009 08:02 PM|
|JoeCab||We have all fuel senders back in stock now at Centerline!|
|04-16-2009 07:32 PM|
I guess true replacements for the 105.51 aren't made anymore. The originals didn't have the tube coming out the top.
Anyone know about this?
|04-08-2009 03:35 PM|
OK, here's what I have. These are marked: " T 12V W Z0 01006 (symbol)". Inlet tube length measured from cap to bottom of mesh is about 7 3/4". No Jaeger marking that I can see, but these are the ones from my collection which most closely correspond to the version pictured on the Centerline website.
One is NOS, the other has seen light use. Both dry stored since at least the mid-1980s. I'll throw in a NOS sealing ring too (as pictured). If interested, EMAIL me directly (no PM's, please).
|04-08-2009 09:06 AM|
|67duetto||Seems this sender is getting harder to find. Can the electrical component be rebuilt? Any shop recommendation?|
|04-01-2009 05:45 PM|
|Dale||Thanks for looking for the fuel sender for me. Did you have any luck? Eager to get my baby going. Thanks, Dale|
|04-01-2009 01:10 PM|
I need one too... I'd love to help with pics - but this is what came out of my tank
My car is a US 72, but with Euro intake manifold and Webers with 1300 style air intake - truely and odd ball
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