Ford Truck Fuel Tank Sending Unit
Not sure how much gas you have left in the tank? Has a faulty sending unit ruined your weekend camping trip? If you're replacing your fuel tank or sick of walking, it's time to install a new fuel tank sending unit. JEGS replacement sending unit for 1973-1979 Ford F-Series 2WD Truck with 19-gallon side-mounted steel tank is designed to the factory OE fit, form, and function to ensure accurate readings at any fuel level. This unit includes a new fuel filter, lock ring & o-ring for a fast and smooth installation.
- Stainless Steel Body & Tube
- Main Line: 3/8 in. Diameter Tubing
- Float: Round Brass
- Electrical Connection: 2-Pin Ford Factory Style
Fuel Level Accuracy
JEGS Fuel Tank Sending Units are designed from factory OE specs for direct fitment, form, and function to ensure accurate reading at any fuel level. Each fuel sender includes a new strainer, O-ring seal, and lock ring for a fast and smooth installation.
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