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'86 Brat Fuel Sender


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#1 samneric

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Posted 23 April 2007 - 07:37 PM

Does anyone know where I can buy the fuel sender unit with low level sensor from the gas tank of an '86 Brat?

I ordered one from Subaru which confused my dealership to start with. Then when it arrived, it had only the level sensor and I told them I need the one with both sensors which sent the dude to the verge of mental breakdown as he insisted those Brats only have 1 sensor. It didn't matter how much I stressed the fact tht the one I pulled off had both.

Anyways, I have decided to get one of my Brats rolling again and my red one seems to be the easiest at the moment considering the bodywork is straight.

Its problem was a rusted up fuel delivery line in the tank which I unclogged followed by giving it the POR15 fuel tank sealer treatment.I finished this at the weekend and while I wait the 96 hours for the sealer to dry I aim to get it ready to put back together...

Hurrah, hopefully I'll soon have one of my subies running again :)

Oh go on then, this moment calls for my first ever banana....

:banana:

Steve

#2 ShawnW

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Posted 23 April 2007 - 11:32 PM

Tell parts guy its an 84 GL Wagon 4wd. Otherwise post a parts wanted in the classifieds here on USMB.

#3 samneric

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Posted 24 April 2007 - 01:17 PM

Tell parts guy its an 84 GL Wagon 4wd. Otherwise post a parts wanted in the classifieds here on USMB.

Cheerz,I figured that another model would do the trick, just didne know which one to choose...Steve

#4 naru

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Posted 24 April 2007 - 08:58 PM

Cheerz,I figured that another model would do the trick, just didne know which one to choose...Steve


785111080 for 84 DL brats&4wd wagons
785111090 for 84 GL brats&4wd wagons
785111110 for 84 brats&4wd wagons w/digital dash

82-84,Probably 86 brats too.

#5 86BRATMAN

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Posted 24 April 2007 - 09:02 PM

He's probably given you one for a STD hatch, both of mine only have one wire coming off it. My 86 brat has two.




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