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Old 01-10-2015, 12:01 PM   #1
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Fuel Sending Unit

On our 1986 Elandan the fuel sending unit is shot and I'm looking for a place
to rebuild it.

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I have lost the link, but there is a place in CA that does that at a reasonable price. But, while you are messing with the fuel system, inspect all the rubber. It may have aged out. This would be a good time to replace it.

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This place is not in Calif., but in NY. Never used them but the website looks promising.

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