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62-65 Chevy Chevy II

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    After years of use, your fuel sending unit can wear out or stop working entirely. When that happens, it can cause your fuel gauge not to work or even send incorrect readings to the fuel gauge.

    Ensure that you always know how much fuel you ac tually have by replacing your worn out original with this quality OER Authorized reproduction unit. Designed and manufactured to exact factory specifications, each fuel sending unit will replace the original in both fit and function.

    Comes compl ete with fuel sender, lock ring, gasket and brass float. This sending unit will allow your fuel gauge to work properly, provided the gauge and wiring is in good working order. 0-30 ohm.

    Note: For proper installationt he float empty stop must be bent straight and and then bent back once unit is in the tank.


    • 1962-65 Chevy II/Nova models with 4-bbl carb with 3/8" line

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    For race/ off road use or for use on pre-1966 vehicles.

    Emissions warning: this part only legal for sale or use in California for racing (competition) vehicles which may never be used, registered, or licensed for use upon a public highway, or if installed in vehicles model-year 1965 or older; motorcycles model-year 1977 or older; or off-highway recreational vehicles (such as off-road motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles) model-year 1996 and older. Any other use renders the vehicle tampered and not legal for use on California public highways (any public street or roadway, public dirt road, public park, or publicly maintained right of way open to the use of the public for vehicular travel). Violations subject to $37,500 penalty per violation per vehicle, revocation of registration, loss of use on California public right of ways, and proof of correction for tampering. There are similar restrictions and penalties under federal law and the laws of all other states with penalties under federal law of up to approximately $45,268 per tampered vehicle and/or engine.