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Old 08-15-2017, 08:12 AM   #10
lsversaw
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Re: Installed '90 GM Factory EFI tank, '72 Blazer Factory gas gauge is pegged past fu

VetteVet, thanks for chiming in. I've learned a lot from your posts. I'm following along here because I have the same problem.

I haven't understood what the FUEL terminal on the fuse panel is connected to. From your description, it sounds like the back of that terminal is connected to the sender terminal on the fuel gauge, and the tan wire from the sender plugs into the terminal on the front side.

Is that correct?
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1972 C20 long-wide. 350/350, Cheyenne Super, wood bed, PS, PB, dual batteries, dual tanks, leaf springs, gauges. No significant rust. No significant paint.
1971 C10 short step. Originally a 250/3ott with no options, now a 350/4L80. I purchased it already restored; only needs about 300 little details fixed.
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