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Wednesday, August 04, 2010

1989 ford ranger sending unit help

1989 Ford Ranger 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic

I need a new FUEL SENDING UNIT but when I talked to a local auto supplier they asked if the sending unit was on the passenger or driver side. Is there anyway I can tell which sending unit I need to purchase without dropping the fuel tank?

Apparently, the sending unit for the “drivers side” is twice the price of the passenger side but when I searched EBAY to purchase a sending unit it never indicated whether it was for the drivers or passenger side.

A fuel Sending unit is in the gas tank and sends an electrical signal to the fuel gauge on the dash to display how much fuel you have left.

A fuel Pump sends fuel to the fuel rail. On this vehicle it has 2 fuel pumps. One low pressure pump located in the gas tank mounted to the fuel sending unit. And One high pressure pump located on the frame rail of the truck.

So you will need to attach a fuel pressure gauge to the the fuel rail test port and test the pressure. It needs to be 30 psi. If all you see is 20 psi or less, you need to replace the READ ENTIRE ARTICLE

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  1. 1989 ford Ranger ranger sending unit unit help.
    Fuel sending unit of the ford ranger's are as lots talks as a local auto supplier they asked if the sending unit was on passenger.
    Apparently the sending unit is in gas tank & send electrical signal to the fuel.Having loads of benefits through the fuel sending fuel pressure guage rail test port the test pressure this all work for the ford ranger.