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Old 06-14-2012, 07:08 PM
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2000 F150 Fuel Level Sending Unit Ohms

Hey everyone, I just bought a 2000 F150 prerunner, it has a Jaz fuel cell without any level sending unit. I've done some research and I think the empty reading is 22 ohms, full is 145 ohms. Can anyone comfim for me?

It's got a 5.4 if it matters. Thanks!
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My manual says ~15 ohms empty, ~160 ohms full for stock sending unit.
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