Question about 1989 Toyota Pickup SR5
I have an 89 toyota pick up with 3.0 v6, I need to know the resistance range of the fuel sending unit. to make it possible to get the correct gauge
I'm working on the same issue with an 01 Jimmy. Went to parts store and they pulled one off the shelf. I measured the new one with an ohm meter 38 ohms full, 247 ohms empty.
Took the guess work out of what the readings should be, other GM makes & models have different resistance, I would assume *** products might be the same. Parts stores are fairly easy to work with and should let you make a measurement of a new one for reference
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It sounds like a problem with the fuel gauge sender unit in the fuel tank which has worn out and gone open circuit and needs replacing. Access to the unit is usually through a removable plate in the floor in the rear of the vehicle. Disconnect the wiring connector and any hoses and then remove the securing screws. Replacement is done by reversing procedure.
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