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    Default Fuel gauge sender

    It would be nice to have a working fuel gauge in the goat. I'm guessing the sender is the likely problem, are they common to any other vehicles?

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    Pretty sure they are common to the M151, check the parts list and cross check the NSN and or manufacturers part number to those listed by TNJ or similar.

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    Have you checked out the wire connections to see if it is just a little corrosion, at the tank or it is just the gage itself?
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    Checked the -20P, for the sender your NSN is 2910-976-5417, manufacturers number 8712134.

    Not common to the Jeep series, although the dash gauge is, seems the M561 unit is longer so a Jeep unit may be adaptable...

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    Jeep as in M715? That would be handy, I'm about to pull the one out of my 715 to fit an aftermarket gauge.

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    "Please fairy godmother have him post the info. for the sending unit and correct gauge when he fixes his so I don't have to do any research of my own when I go to fix mine"....if it weren't for everyone else's hard work on their rigs on this site and me using their information I would have two large rusty lawn ornaments instead of tacti-cool vehicles.

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    M38 from what I was reading mate, but it's worth a try with the 715 unit if you've got it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SgtMajHarper View Post
    "Please fairy godmother have him post the info. for the sending unit and correct gauge when he fixes his so I don't have to do any research of my own when I go to fix mine"....if it weren't for everyone else's hard work on their rigs on this site and me using their information I would have two large rusty lawn ornaments instead of tacti-cool vehicles.
    Magical -20P says your numbers for the gauge are 6620-933-3600 and MS24544-2.

    Common M-series and listed under M151 parts as available at TNJ.

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