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dodge59
Posted 2019-11-18 11:19 AM (#590329)
Subject: correct ohms for fuel tank sender 59 dodge CR



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Is this correct fuel tank sender for my 59 dodge custom royal ? From Vans auto in waupon wi. appears to be indenticle to old junk unit . I seen another unit that had  different ohms numbers . These guys at vans auto  are Mopar gurus  and should know there stuff. 

 
Mopar 57 58 59 Chrysler Dodge Plymouth Gas Fuel Tank Sending Unit 100-15 OHM
 
 

 



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Powerflite
Posted 2019-11-18 11:28 AM (#590332 - in reply to #590329)
Subject: Re: correct ohms for fuel tank sender 59 dodge CR



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Measure the response on your gauge, but all the '57-'58 Chrysler, DeSoto, Dodge & Plymouth that I have dealt with used 215 ohm senders. There are multiple versions of these for some reason and most have the wrong range.
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Richbo
Posted 2020-02-28 11:10 AM (#594947 - in reply to #590329)
Subject: Re: correct ohms for fuel tank sender 59 dodge CR


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Have u tested it before mounting ? Just hook-up to sender wire in trunk , ground sender shell , and watch the fuel-guage.
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Powerflite
Posted 2020-02-28 11:30 AM (#594950 - in reply to #590329)
Subject: Re: correct ohms for fuel tank sender 59 dodge CR



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I was informed that the '59 Dodge is unique in that they went to the '60 style gauge, so it has a lower range than the other cars from '57-'59.
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60 dart
Posted 2020-02-28 4:18 PM (#594958 - in reply to #590329)
Subject: Re: correct ohms for fuel tank sender 59 dodge CR



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if its the 1960 style its 10 - 75 but if you test it , it might be a + or - of a few ohms -------------------------------------------later
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