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Old 11-20-2017
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Default Low Fuel Sensor FC

Hello all, I have dropped my fuel tank out of my 1989 FCSB to repair it. During the drop the low fuel sending unit was damaged. There are no markings upon it but I managed to track down that it is a Robert Shaw 624-NLG-0000-0 or a 624-NLU-0000-0. I can’t tell which one because there are no markings. It is either the Grounded one (624-NLG) or the Ungrouded one (624-NLU). Does anyone know which sender it is Grounded load or Ungrounded load? I think they had a sticker on the sender originally which is missing and there are no markings on the sender itself. Does anyone have an extra one lying around? Robert Shaw says they will have to get one from the Czech republic! Trevor
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1989 FC35SB SilverEdition
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