Fuel Level Sender - suits SAAS Muscle Series Gauge

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Fuel Level Sender - suits SAAS Muscle Series Gauge
Fuel Level Sender - suits SAAS Muscle Series Gauge
Fuel Level Sender - suits SAAS Muscle Series Gauge
Fuel Level Sender - suits SAAS Muscle Series Gauge
Fuel Level Sender - suits SAAS Muscle Series Gauge
Fuel Level Sender - suits SAAS Muscle Series Gauge

SAAS Fuel Tank Sender Muscle Series

SG31006 Fuel Level Sender - suits SAAS Muscle Series Fuel Level Gauges 10-180 Ohms

Universal Fuel Tank Level Sender that matches to our SG-FL52B and SG-FL52W Muscle Series fuel level gauges.

FEATURES:

  • Adjustable for 5" - 24" deep tank
  • Fits 5-bolt mounting flange
    • Mounting hole in tank 38mm diameter
    • OD of mounting flange 70mm
    • PCD ~ 51.5mm
    • 5mm (~3/16") mounting bolts
  • Ohm scale: 10 Ohm empty / 180 Ohm full
  • Recommended sender for SAAS SG-FL52B and SG-FL52W Fuel Level Gauge
  • Please note that float type may vary from images

INSTALLATION TROUBLESHOOTING:

(NB - these tips relate to the SAAS SG31006 sender only)

  • Do I need to ground my sender?
    • Yes, the SG31006 must be earthed to a good common ground. Use an earth wire from the sender mount flange to chassis
  • My fuel level gauge is only reading FULL
    • Check that the sender has a proper ground or that there isn't a break in the sender to fuel level gauge wire
  • My fuel level gauge is only reading EMPTY
    • Check that your sender to fuel level gauge isn't grounding out somewhere
    • It's also possible that the centre terminal on the sender is itself grounding out against the body
  • Will the SG31006 work on a 6 volt system?
    • Yes - the fuel gauge is reading resistance to ground regardless of the vehicle voltage
  • How do I test my fuel sender?
    • A fuel sender can be bench tested with a multimeter. With the multimeter set to the Ω setting put the red probe on the post that is the gauge lead and put the black probe on the ground post or on the body of the fuel sender. Record your readings with the fuel sender in the empty position and in the full position. Those two numbers will tell you the ohm range of your sender