Originally Posted by Jevy
sorry but I'm not sure I'm following what to do here. So I need to have adjust the ohms to read as little as possible on both full/empty? I'm still not understanding how to size the ohm range for the fuel gauge to read from the sending unit. It looks like different gauges have a very wide range of ohms. I may have to call MTS for info on purchasing the gauge.
Typical cj gauge, original and most replacements read 10 ohms empty, 73 ohms full.
The gauge itself can be fine tuned but for that you need to read John Strenk's gauge pages.
The sender itself from MTS is supposed to read 10/73, but I am not sure if the calibrate them during manufacturing.
Hence what I said to check the Ohms, otherwise it wont be very close.
The sender I got read high on an empty tank so with my gauge it would have read empty when it was not.
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