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  1. So I got my new sending unit from MTS Company today. Got my old pump out in a hurry. Then the comparisons started. It is a almost perfect. The only sight difference is the length of the fuel gauge sender arm. It does read resistance correct for a Renix. It fit awesome. The fuel gauge is only slightly lower that my OEM sender. The pump is super quiet. An awesome small company in Iowa! How would of thought they would make a complete sending unit? JPSU-6P is the part number. That is complete with fuel pump. Leave the P off for just the sender. $160.45 shipped with tax. Just the sender is $89.99 Sender with pump, sock, seal, & lock ring. The lock ring didn't fit on my Spectra tank. I reused the old one. I'm guessing it would fit on a stock tank. Empty resistance reading .9 OHM's on a scale of 200 Full resistance 88.5 OHM's New and old. My pressure line tube is almost ready to fall off. Connector end. I like how they ran the ground through the connector. It's not on the outside of the sender. This is awesome for us rust belt guys.
  2. What's the resistance range on an 86 XJ/MJ fuel sender? Still 0-90ish omhs? (0-88ohms) I scoured the internet and can't find it anywhere.
  3. Truck is a 1992 Long wheel base 4.0L. From what others have said I will have to use a sensor/pump assembly from either a 1991 or 1992 if I want it to be plug and play. Please PM me and let me know if you have one available and how much. I need to scrape the sealant off mine and see what is going on with the leak but I'm fairly sure I'll need a replacement and want to make sure there is one out there before I destroy this one. Thanks Gavin
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