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Old 11/02/2004, 01:53 PM   #1
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Fuel Sending Unit Wire

I am now getting power to my yellow wire in the trunk for my fuel sending unit, however when I test it, it blinks. Not when blinkers or emergency blinkers are working, just with power on switch. Anyone know why? ???

Also, still want to make sure this is the right wire for the fuel sending unit. It runs along the pass side and ends at the trunk as a two plug connector. Yellow wire is a female end and a green wire is the male end. Can someone check theirs to see if this is the way it is suppose to look? ???
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Old 11/02/2004, 05:53 PM   #2
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Re:Fuel Sending Unit Wire

When you say it blinks, are you talking about the test light blinking when you hook it up to the wire? If so that's correct. It uses resistance to determine the fuel level.

Maybe someone else can confirm your wire color. I don't have my manual handy.
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Old 11/03/2004, 09:10 AM   #3
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Thats correct. It blinks with the test light. Sorry. It is very steady. So the fuel sending unit wire is suppose to do that??

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