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Another question about wiring. Fuel Sender

Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by Beanis, Apr 16, 2021.

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  1. Beanis

    Beanis New Member

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    Evening,
    I'm still going through the absolute mess of wiring on my newly purchased 110. Can anyone guide me in the right direction on which wires should go where on the fuel Sender. I've got a dark green and black wire and a ground wire but I'm not sure which way round they go.

    Here's a picture of the sender and the wires.

    Thanks
     

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    jamesmartin Well-Known Member

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    need a better pic of sender
     
  3. Wonk

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    Just had to take mine out this morning which looks the same. On my wiring the white wire had a red connector and went onto the red connector.
    So white wire to red. Green/black wire to white.
    I don't think it makes that much odds anyway. If they are wrong then then fuel gauge and low tank warning light will just behave wrong.
     
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    border Well-Known Member

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    if i remember correctly, when I done mine it was
    3 for the fuel tank sender are plain black [earth to centre stud on the sender unit]

    green/black for the fuel gauge connection

    white/slate grey for the low fuel warning light on dash
    this is my sender, looks same as yours.
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