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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-24-2018, 04:46 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel Level Sensor Part Number

Hey guys, I've researched as much as possible. Went through the whole 'Sticky' of part number lists and have been completely unsuccessful at finding an actual part number for a replacement fuel tank level sensor for the front Fuel tank. But Id like to replace them for both tanks as ill have both tanks out here soon.

So does anyone know where to source these from?? Thanks
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-24-2018, 07:58 PM
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Re: Fuel Level Sensor Part Number

You'll be searching for a very long time since they don't make them anymore. I don't even know of a aftermarket one out there.

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Yea I was afraid you were gonna say that. So when they stop working thats just it? No ones come up with a solution yet?
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Re: Fuel Level Sensor Part Number

Here is a part number for you, it looks like they are still available but hold onto your shorts when you look up the price.

F6TZ-9275-DA

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That must be the price for a pair of them...NOT!!!
Well, at least you get free shipping after you bend over and hold REAL STILL!!!
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Well that's terrible news. Hell I've made it this long without it working might as well keep it going lol
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Re: Fuel Level Sensor Part Number

https://www.bobsspeedometer.com/1/120/index.asp

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Re: Fuel Level Sensor Part Number

Might check these guys out.https://www.gastankdepot.com/ford-ga...ing-units.html. Going to buy a set for my 90 7.3 from them, not bad prices.
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Re: Fuel Level Sensor Part Number

Haha, I just threw my good used rear one in the trash today. Couldn’t stand looking at it and the lines in my backyard For the last year.
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Re: Fuel Level Sensor Part Number

Bronco Grave Yard sells a core repair unit. It has the sensor and float arm. You replace the sender and float with the one on this unit or use your old float. There is a index tab that needs to be filed down a bit to fit and the wires for the sender need to be soldered to your old unit. The sender resistance is the same as the diesel sender. The float arm can be bent to the same shape as your old one. I bought one and it worked. $60 is cheaper than the repair places.


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