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What would interchange with a Nissan 240sx fuel sending unit?

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2009-01-22 23:28:03
2009-01-22 23:28:03

Nothing! Sending units are typically made specific for each vehicle.

As there aren't many sending units around for this type of vehicle, I would suggest checking your local scrap yard. Nissan Dealerships want about $190 for one of these, that's if they have it.

You can always take your unit to be rebuilt, or do it yourself if you have the facilities.

These sending units tend to corrode around the terminals on the top, causing the sending unit to stop working. You can fix this by cleaning the unit, and soldering the terminals back on. Just make sure you take care, and do this far from the open tank.

If the terminal closest to the rear of the car is corroded, This is the ground. Solder the connection and cover the contacts and back of the terminal with dielectric grease.

Easy fix!

If your broke the steel lines coming from the sending unit your pretty much SOL, so start looking around!

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