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Re: fuel tank sender wires 4020

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05-03-2013 17:15:54

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Not a groung. Just run a wire from one of the sending unit screws to the anything metal. It"ll be grounded then

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05-03-2013 17:30:45

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 Re: fuel tank sender wires 4020 in reply to TIMAR, 05-03-2013 17:15:54  
Darn...was hoping it was a ground. Like I said getting in there to drill a hole or run in a self tapper somewhere is sketchy. So my curiosity is getting me...whats the yellow wire for?

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Cliff Nelson

05-03-2013 18:28:41

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 Re: fuel tank sender wires 4020 in reply to nylon4020, 05-03-2013 17:30:45  
You don't need to drill a new hole. Just use any one of the existing bolts in the area such as radiator brace, frame plate bolt, etc.

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05-03-2013 19:32:14

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 Re: fuel tank sender wires 4020 in reply to Cliff Nelson, 05-03-2013 18:28:41  


Think I could use the tank strap bolt? Solder small circle connector to one end for sender screw and then 8 inches of wire with larger circle connector soldered to other end. Put one nut on strap bolt, slip on wire connector and then tighten down another nut to sandwich it on that bolt.

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Cliff Nelson

05-03-2013 20:53:45

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 Re: fuel tank sender wires 4020 in reply to Nylon4020, 05-03-2013 19:32:14  
That might be sketchy with a poly tank. There is a clamp on the steering pipes above the hood line (between the H and N on the nameplate). This was used as a ground point on the console models. Just be sure the clamp is tight on the radiator rod.

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05-04-2013 16:22:28

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 Re: fuel tank sender wires 4020 in reply to Cliff Nelson, 05-03-2013 20:53:45  

Thx Cliff

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