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Re: Fuel level sensor/meter replacement for Durant 614

Have you tried Stewart-Warner? They have a website. It's what I'm using, There is even a NOS sender on ebay now that looks close to the one I'm using. I can get the exact number of the one I have, but it was thirty years ago, so I'm pretty sure their parts numbers have changed. Ross

Where Are You From? Orygun

Do You own a car built by Durant? 1930 6-14

Re: Fuel level sensor/meter replacement for Durant 614

Juha,

Your sending unit may still be rebuildable.
I've used Atwater Kent now known as KM Lifestyle Products.
They rebuilt the water temp gauge in my 31 model 619 and can rebuild others.
They don't advertise the service but you can call them for details.



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Re: Fuel level sensor/meter replacement for Durant 614

I asked KM Lifestyle for the possible fuel sensor resurrection

Let's see if it is possible, otherwise I have to check other possibilities, like the new unit previously mentioned in this thread.

Where Are You From? Finland

Do You own a car built by Durant? 1930 Durant 614

Re: Fuel level sensor/meter replacement for Durant 614

Juha;
I too have had my gas float repaired and rebuilt by them and also had them make me a new temperature sending unit. I dealt with a guy named Mike there at the time several years ago and the job was perfect.

Where Are You From? Oviedo, Florida

Do You own a car built by Durant? 1928 Durant Model 65 4 door sedan

Re: Fuel level sensor/meter replacement for Durant 614

Hi,

I will try an universal fuel level sender, 6”- 24” adjustable, 0-90 ohms.

The rebuild would cost 185 + shipping. Have to think about it if this universal sender does not work.

Where Are You From? Finland

Do You own a car built by Durant? 1930 Durant 614

 

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