John — I think you have a sending unit for later thermal gauges , 60 and later . Not sure from your Post the year of car you are talking about ? He is in a 57 ? 57-59 are 20 to 200 . ( from measuring a 57 original) 57-59 have instant responding magnetic gauges. Thermal are 10-90 ohm senders . Chinese ones are very inaccurate , 10-90 part is fairly close ( 75?) but calibration awful — even when in correct car . Or in my case truck . They are selling one sender for all mopar cars . Clueless .
Bought three from Van’s , two in restored 70 ‘s trucks and a 67 dart — both trucks drop fast to E , but 6 gallons still in tank . Dart lingers near e for last 5 gallons ..ran out twice . Guessing “is it empty? “ Ran out in truck , used to running around on E . PIA . I try to save old one now , often you can . If you bend rod it often goes past full which IS better . The 57 has positive mechanical stops on the old one .
Could trim electrically with resistors . Too lazy ....
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On 6 Jan 2018, at 6:03 pm, John Holst <jholst@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Posted by: John Grady <jkg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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