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Re: Fuel sender hook up pic is this right?

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05-08-2013 05:08:13

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The insulator on the condenser is is pushed back and the insulator on the sender wire is rotted.I use heat shrink tubing but vinyl tape will work will do.The condenser is there to stop radio noise.After all those years I would replace the condenser.The rust says the tank may have lost its ground.An ignition condenser will do.

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05-08-2013 07:14:47

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 Re: Fuel sender hook up pic is this right? in reply to 36 coupe, 05-08-2013 05:08:13  
Excuse my ignorance but do you mean a regular condenser like I use in the points on my 8n? I need voltage specific 6 or 12 volts? The car is 6 volts.


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05-08-2013 07:19:13

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 Re: Fuel sender hook up pic is this right? in reply to Britcheflee, 05-08-2013 07:14:47  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeCondenser voltage in this instance is a "don't care". Yes, as on points will be fine. Do go ahead & put that ground wire on one of the 6 mounting screws over to good chassis ground (the wire everybody has been telling you about). Condenser........other than possible radio static when gas sloshed around, you can cut the condenser & never know it was there or absent.

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05-08-2013 08:49:24

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 Re: Fuel sender hook up pic is this right? in reply to JMOR, 05-08-2013 07:19:13  
I have the original AM Radio in it - hardly worth putting on as it is tough to get any stations and the sound is poor so will remove the condenser. Will re-locate the grounding wire. Tks

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05-08-2013 10:07:12

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 Re: Fuel sender hook up pic is this right? in reply to Britcheflee, 05-08-2013 08:49:24  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeWhat do you mean by "relocate the grounding wire"? So far as I can tell there is no grounding wire to "re-locate". Do you mean, that you will install a grounding wire? Just trying to be clear.

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