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Fuel Sending Unit Questions and Troubleshooting Information

Fuel Sending Unit Questions and Troubleshooting Information

Feb 18th 2019

When purchasing a fuel sending unit you must match it up to the gauges in the vehicle or aftermarket company specs. The Ohm rating is the resistance rating used to identify what gauge goes with which fuel level sensor. Below is a list of applications for gauge and sender compatibility. Ford up to 1986 - 73-10 OhmsFord 1987 & up - 16-158 OhmsGM up to 1964 - 0-30 OhmsGM 1965-1997 - 0-90 OhmsGM 1998 & up - 40-250 OhmsMopar up to 1986 - 73-10 OhmsAMC 1950-1977 - 73-10 OhmsAutometer -240-33 Ohms is … read more

Inline Radiator Coolant Filler Necks - The Last Piece Of The Engine Cooling Puzzle.

Posted by Hot Rod Harry on Sep 6th 2018

You have finally finished that sweet engine swap, everything is assembled and you are now in the testing and tuning phase. You now have one last problem to diagnose - OVERHEATING!.You have the big aluminum radiator, the good fan or fans, everything seems ok. But wait, what about the possibility of an air bubble? Yes the elusive air bubble in the system. When you were hacking away and fabricating you’re engine swap; a situation occurred. The radiator hose routes higher than the top of the radi … read more

Gas Tank Hose In The Age Of Ethanol Fuels

Posted by Hot Rod Harry on Sep 5th 2018

We are living in a new era of change and with that change so goes fuel we pump into our tank everyday. It’s no secret that ethanol is being used in all types of fuels, It is also no secret that ethanol has harmful effects on our seals, check valves and gas tank fuel filler lines. Gone are the days of neglecting to inspect your gas tank hose. What used to take a decade or two to dry rot is now taking only years to go bad. So what can we do? Well not much apparently, Even Major manufacturers of … read more
How to Stop Fuel Splash Back And Overflow At The Gas Station Pump Nozzle.

How to Stop Fuel Splash Back And Overflow At The Gas Station Pump Nozzle.

Posted by Dustin Squires on Jul 25th 2018

Some vehicles come from the factory with certain flaws. These are problems with the vehicle that were not caught before they left the factory, One of these is fuel pump spit back when fueling. You know? Like that annoying time gas sprayed out all over you when you were at the gas pump refueling your jeep wrangler or dodge durango? This blog will show you some options to curb fuel overflow at the gas pump. Filler Neck Supply Co. has a few solutions that just might be the remedy you have been … read more
Ranger Fuel Filler Neck Hose - The Good & The Bad!

Ranger Fuel Filler Neck Hose - The Good & The Bad!

Posted by JAMES HANSON on Sep 4th 2017

Most of the aftermarket fuel filler necks and hoses for the 1993-1997 ford ranger are complete junk. Because Replacing this is an expensive and tought job to do; You will not want to do it twice. Know the facts before you purchase one. There is Also An Installation Instructional Video At The Bottom Of This Blog.Here is what to look out for1) Junk Outer Hose For The 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 Ford Ranger. A) No Nylon Cord Reinforcement within the wall of the hose. A tall tale sign you are abou … read more