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Hi again in need of your experience,have original tank and sender ,has two contacts and an earth contact does anyone know what goes where as wires are missing? Or a diagram? Thanks for all your help.

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You must specify what car you have.

If you have the 24 Volt L3314HT, the wiring diagram is here:
(number 80 is tank level giver and number 45 is the fuel indicator instrument, 41 is instrument light):

 

 

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Hi Eile, do the holes match exact?

Do you think this is the same one (in Dutch)? it has a meter included but looks the same. if you google the article number you get better pictures ( a little bit better).  It mentions depth of tank between 130 and 660 mm. That should be ok for a c202. Looks very similar to me

 

link to Dutch shop:

https://www.bootland.nl/diverse-aanbiedingen/brandstofmeter-inclusief-universele-tankzender.html

 

 

 

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Look like the same, biltema had two models but same oder number, holes fits.  I need extra long my tank is extended but the meter was easy to short down.

 

I think mine was 10-180 omh 

 

ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/VDO-Fuel-level-sender-10-180-ohms-output-universal-6-24-inch-5-hole-mounting/113674121737?_trkparms=aid%3D1110001%26algo%3DSPLICE.SIM%26ao%3D2%26asc%3D20160323102634%26meid%3Db8d9460f07c14dfba5619d5ae3b9daeb%26pid%3D100623%26rk%3D2%26rkt%3D6%26sd%3D113674116308%26itm%3D113674121737%26pg%3D2047675&_trksid=p2047675.c100623.m-1

 

I think its also possible to use meter for boats: https://www.biltema.se/bat/batmotor/tankinstrument/nivagivare-2000037601

 

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or this:TANKGIVARE VDO , VEETHREE 10-180 OHM

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22 hours ago, eile said:

my tank is extended

Hi Eile, how did you extend the tank? Do you have pictures? i also would like a long range one or an extra one but i als have PTO and winch so the space is limited in that area.

 

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Long time back my camping floor under table was extra tank total gasoline 250 liter.  With diesel i dont need so much fuel so now I only use an extended original tank. Easy done cut it up on top make a box and weld.   My filling hole high up on the body, for quick filling and airtight so it not lose fuel when hard driving or if car fall over side.  

 

 

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Thanks for the pictures. Clear and good idea to use that space. I have break parts originally there (load dependent breaks) but I don’t think I will place those back and then I have the space to extend the fuel tank like you did. Thanks!

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In my opinion,  you don't need this brake thing they are more a problem on this kind of cars.    But you have a extra support to tolling hook that I took away.

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