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02-05-2003 08:39 AM
drewhelm I recently had a similar problem.....also had a problem spending $85 for a sender from year one or performance years. I went to the local parts store and bought a universal GM sending unit....the one with no tubes. I removed the mechanicals and wiring from my original. I then took the mechanicals and wiring from the universal and transferred it over to the original sender. I clamped it in place, then spot welded the bracket on the back of the sender to the original bracket. Then I shaped the universal rod to the same shape as my original float rod and used my original float. $15 and 30 minutes of inginuity......Problem solved.
02-01-2003 03:38 PM
1BAD80 Heres GM's site you should be able to find/order one from it.
<a href="https://www.spoperformanceparts.com/" target="_blank">https://www.spoperformanceparts.com/</a>
01-30-2003 07:41 AM
lookatme i'm not certain, but arent the camaro sending units similar?
01-30-2003 06:13 AM
Rad Ray
73 Pontiac Firebird Fuel Pickup Sending Unit

Gone bad in my car, can't seem to locate one in my area {Virginia Beach, Virginia] Tried local auto parts, dealerships and year one. Any help would be appreciated.

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