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Gauge selector switch is on dash, tank selector is between your feet below the seat. Can't remember which way is which. Another good source for you is classicbroncos.com
Looks like it has seen some bogging. Enjoy, should make a fine trail rig.
Ok so the switch that is on the far left side of the dash, just below the throttle ****, is just for the fuel gauge?
I thought the switch on the dash was to electrically switch between the tanks, or am I misunderstanding something here?
Correct. Dash switch is gauge only, tank switch is manual. But after all these years and owners, you'll probably have to trace the fuel lines. I've owned four and worked on many more from 66 thru 77 and haven't seen an electrical tank switch stock, not saying you won't find one though. It would still be a solenoid style valve where the tank lines meet.
...alot of PO mods...
...door jam tag says birthday of 9/70, vin # matches title but title says 71...
ditto in tryin to ID from one single tag. For some reason in the 90's these things became very popular to hack up or otherwise mod. U can never tell what's been done with one unless you've seen a lot of them NOT modded.
I run down each part number (had er since '83) than average the sum out ;- }
It took 3 - 4 to get mine back toward original. May B if it wuz a $10 or 20 thousand rig all would match. But none a dat would match ME!
I C U got may B 3 FS Bronks. Any have the sliding side windows in the back?
Well, it has a T shift Dana 20 TC, low range is lower than the J shift. I would have to check my pic's a bit, but 71 would have had Dana 30 front axle, later years, Dana 44. Easy to check as it will have a castellated nut on top of the knuckle's(ball joint). PS and disc were available 76-77, but could have been added.
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