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Fuel Level Sensor, aka Fuel Sending Unit
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3038 Mon December 28, 2015
Looking for: I'm looking for just the fuel level sensor that attaches to the side of the fuel pump which has the little arm with the float and the two wires that attach to it that measures the level of the fuel in the tank and reports it to the gas gauge. My new fuel pump didn't come with one and the old one was broken (the little piece that measures resistance broke off).

I have a 1996 SL2, but I think any fuel level sensor between 91 and 96 will work. At least that's the way the fuel pumps go.
Keywords: fuel level sensor gauge sender sending unit

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Comment Date: Tue December 29, 2015

I have your part $50 to your door it will come with the pump (used)
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