83320-60041 1968-6/80 FJ55 GAS Fuel Tank Sending Unit Lives Once Again in 100% TOYOTA Genuine Parts KIT Format Plug Play Screws Gasket Wire Sub Harnes (1 Viewer)

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The backs looks the same as mine - only difference I see is on the front of the temp gauge - the marks are slightly different.
And yes- the tank was full to half way up the filler neck.
“Mystery box” is called a Instrument cluster voltage limiter…


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I installed the Toyota Matt FJ55 fuel sending unit in my June 1969 pig this weekend and it works great! When full the meter goes right up to the F line and when empty just below the E line. My original unit had no ground wire but I found the new unit needed it to register correctly. For the first time ever I have a working fuel gauge!!! Very nice that he includes a new gasket, screws, heat shrink connectors, and long enough wire to run to a ground. Thanks Matt!!

My original fuel sending unit wasn’t working and I tried to buy a FJ40 fuel sending unit, and cut off the arm/float of that one and welded in the arm/float from the old unit. The gauge only “worked” between 1/4 and 1/2 so that was a fail. Then I came across Matt’s unit so bought it immediately. The picture below is of Matt’s unit, the combined FJ40 unit, and the pieces of my original.

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