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Fuel tank sender resistance

I thought it has been posted before, but I can't find the empty to full resistance readings for the tank sender in a 914? I looked in the spec book but didn't see it? Anyone have the specs?
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I finally got around to measuring an old sender. My meter shows a full tank at 6 ohms and an empty tank at 78 ohms. I'd estimate my accuracy is around +/- 20% but it should give you a ball park.
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Thanks. I needed this as I am putting in a fuel cell shortly and will have to look at different senders. It would be easy to adjust the resistance of a generic sender and use the stock fuel gauge.
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