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    Fuel tank sender resistance range?

    Does anybody know what it is? Google knows nothing and my alldata is currently inaccessable. I am looking to put a plastic tank in because i'm sick of changing rust-filled fuel filters but still want the stock gas gauge to work. I have heard its the same as GM 0-90 ohms but am unsure.

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    I had to go with a programable gas gauge with my 81 as it's not the same as any other manufacture. think it was 13ohms empty and 127ohm's full.
    I was going to use an aftermarket float to match up with the GM calibrated gauge but I couldn't use it in the tank as the float arm would hit the top of the tank when it was only 1/2 full.Just pull the sender and hook up a ohm meter to it and check empty and full when you remove the tank.

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    It is the exact opposite of GM, so 90-0. It will work fine, just your gauge will read backwards.
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