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1988 Ford Ranger sending unit

I Have a 1988 Ford Ranger and the sending unit is trashed along with the gas tank. I can find the Gas tank but not the sending unit. My fuel pump is not inside my tank it is mounted on the engine where can i find this sending unit at?
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Put some information about your truck in your signature so we know what you have. Also, try and put your thread in the proper section in the future.

I can't copy and paste the exact link, but if you go to rockauto.com you can get one for like $60-$70. It's pretty easy to narrow down once you're in there. Welcome to RF!
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