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PeteMck

p38 pump / sender unit in a def

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pretty much explained in the title. Ive got a V8 fuel pump/sender unit and tank out of a p38 rangie stuck in the back of the def. Think i can get around the temp sensor, however would quite like an accurate (for a def) fuel gauge so any suggestions on how to do this would be appreciated! cheers guys  👍

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I have no help to offer on your question, but am curious as to what Defender you fitted it into and how? Pictures?

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Originally a 1989. But now being hacked up and traybacked so the tank sits in the middle of the tray at the back. Will probably lose the original rangie tank as don't like the way it fits but will keep the pump unit. 

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Thanks!

Am redoing the back of my 130 eventually and have saved a plastic Disco1 tank I was intending on fitting. Also have a p38 tank on the way to the garbage, but that openas up more options. One of each for maximum overland range?

I have all three models of tanks/senders available and 300tdi and td5 defender instruments to use for measuring. Anything specific you want me to test?

 

Tobias

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As long as I can find a gauge that will fit in the defender dash that works with the rr sensor I'm happy.  

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