|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||16.2 x 12 x 5.8 inches|
|Item model number||035722-10|
|Manufacturer Part Number||03572210|
|OEM Part Number||MOE03572210|
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Moeller Marine Products 035722-10 Electric Fuel Tank Sending Unit (6" to 12" Deep Tanks)
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Swingarm Electric Sending Units gather fuel level information the same way as the mechanical sending units. It does, however, connect to a dash mounted gauge without a conversion capsule. A DIY product, lets the consumer measure their tank depth and make the swingarm the correct length.
Internal components will not rust or corrode.Float rotates easily in 90 degree increments for tanks wall & baffle clearance
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If rod doesn't hang straight down, the arm will not be at the "zero" position of the sender rheostat. That means your gauge will be reading that there is fuel in the tank when empty.
Be careful when sliding the float stops on the rod when adjusting new float position... you can't move them back toward the rod end if pushed too far. (I guess that's why they include two extras)
Electrical ground connection on flange is a male "spade" type, so you may need to add a matching female on your ground wire.
The flange can be loosened, and sender rotated in 90 degree steps so you can point the float arm at 12 or 3 or 6 or 9 o'clock.
Supplied screws are fine thread. You can gently remove the silicone seals on the supplied fine thread screws, and use on your original coarse threads if needed. Flange bolt holes only align one way, so make sure the rubber gasket hole pattern is matching the tank screw holes.
You may want to connect electrically to your gauge before you install. Move the float arm from hanging down, to fully up. This will confirm unit is sending signal to gauge throughout its range from empty to full. This will let you know where you gauge is reading throughout the swing of your sender. Some gauges can be calibrated by turning an adjustment screw to match the sender value.
I will tell you a little secret - USE your old bolts!....and take the new gasket, line it up to your tank, make a mark on it corresponding to a mark on the tank (like a permanent marker) - then place the sender on the tank WITHOUT the gasket - line it up and mark the sender to the mark on the tank. Sounds a bit long winded - but it is hard to look through the metal flange and the gasket to get it lined up.
Place all five bolts through the metal and the gasket before placing it back on the tank, start each one - they should fall right in place....at least mine did - after NOT doing what I described!
I checked my reading - said 1/4 tank in the boat lift, added six gallons, when to 1/2 - 5/8 tank and added another 6 gallons and went to full.
Not sure if 100% accurate - but once I get below 1/4 tank I will know to stay near the dock!