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Old 05-10-2008, 12:47 PM
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Isspro sender & stock fuel gauge ohm range

I need help with wiring up a Isspro sender to my 2003 PSD stock fuel gauge. I tried using the 2 wires that cam out of the stock sending unit and either one works. Anyone know what the stock ohm readings are for my year truck? I'm got dual tanks and a Pollak 6 port.
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