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6 volt gas tank sender need help

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DMartin9N-2N

04-04-2020 11:08:39




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Good afternoon: I need a 6 V tank sending unit or parts to rebuild one. Actually needed for my 1937 Plymouth sedan, but probably similar to my 1945 Dodge 1/2 ton, (hope that makes this truck related). The wire-wound resistance part in mine is bad, also I have several junked units, all with the resistance part not useable. Thanks for any help!

Dennis M. in W. Tenn.




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Shvitzer

04-10-2020 13:37:24




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 Re: 6 volt gas tank sender need help in reply to DMartin9N-2N, 04-04-2020 11:08:39  
Dennis - If you run into a dead end with this, there's an outfit called John Wolf, in Willoughby OH. For a flat fee, he'll rebuild your sender completely. Last time I dealt with him was appx 15 years ago, and the cost was 95 bucks (incl. postage, IIRC)...so have no clue what he charges nowadays. There are several outfits advertising in Hemmings that do this work, but he came highly recommended, and I had no complaints about the work. Good luck with it.
--Paul

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Duner Wi

04-05-2020 09:07:35




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 Re: 6 volt gas tank sender need help in reply to DMartin9N-2N, 04-04-2020 11:08:39  
Roberts Motor parts might have something.

https://www.robertsmotorparts.com/gas-tank-sending-unit-chrysler-dodge-desoto-plymouth-1939-1940-1941-1942-1946-1947-1948-for-1948-dodge-please-call-office-1-1-1



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