I hear that later v earlier senders are different in that the resistance on
the sender is reversed for full and empty conditions. If a newer gauge and
an older sender are used wouldn't this just reverse the indication on the
gauge or will it ruin the sender or gauge?
I also have a negative ground bugeye should the wires on the gauge then be
The PO had the wires reversed and I was getting no activity on the gauge at
all. I then switched the wires and get an always full indicated.
I'm OK with basic wiring as long as I stick to the diagram but I don't know
about the inner workings of the gauges and sender.
While I'm on it. Whats the trick to solder bullet connectors to wires. I
look at the original wiring and don't see how they put those things on. No
trace that I see of solder. When I solder them on they work but it ain't
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