Re: fuel senders
Yes,fuel senders are pretty damn simple,and as stated in my post,mine is bad..Cant rebuild one that has the windings on the board broken in about 3 different places.Thats why i am looking for a replacement.Also it doesnt have a brass hollow float it has the black solid one,and yes it still floats.Being simple is why if a YJ has the same sender box at the top and same size sealing area and i can get one for appox. 30.00 i can modify the rest to work instead of paying 75.00 i dont have to spend in the first place.I also know the Ohm values of the Eagle unit and they are the same as a pre injected Jeep of mid 80's era.
But as i said if you cant hold a Jeep unit in your hand and compare it to mine in th other hand,I wouldnt want to take a chance ordering one,hence i asked if anyone had one they could take a pic of,or fimilier enough with it that i could show em a pic of mine for comparison/measurments. It may not be hard on a jeep but dropping a Eagle tank over and over isnt something i want to do or have time to do when i have to drive about 75 miles a day everyday,another reason i want new parts in it instead of worn junkyard parts.I dont want it going out again in January and have to lay in a foot of snow in zero temps and try to fix it again.I just think that when i bought a new sending unit for Ford for a Tempo with a electric pump on it and paid only 100.00 for it, 75.00 for one of these is crazy.BTW, the rubbing block on the arm has worn so much,its not even there,so mine is useless.I might want to add we all get and have that feeling of gloating and aclomplishment of not throwing hard earned money away when we can rig something up that works and beat the factory guys by not buying from them,and or price wise , this is no different.But i cant get hold of a Jeep one to compare,i hope this makes it a bit clearer as to what i was asking and why.