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    M5 sending unit

    Anybody know the resistance range for the fuel tank sending unit for a M5? I am looking for an aftermarket replacement.
    Thanks Mike

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    If it is a 2-terminal sending unit, there may not be an aftermarket replacement.
    Gord Richmond, within Weasel range of the Alberta Badlands

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    Quote Originally Posted by gordr View Post
    If it is a 2-terminal sending unit, there may not be an aftermarket replacement.
    Yes, it has 2 terminals. so now what?

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    Check with the Studebaker vendors. There are still some of those senders around. I know we had some before we sold out. If you can use a 678026 Studebaker International 's catalog shows that one. They will not be available in the aftermarket.
    Frank van Doorn
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