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Old 03-31-2022, 06:02 AM
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Default wiring for fuel pump/sender

Hey All, looking to add a weatherpack quick connector to the wiring coming from my tanks inc fuel pump and sending unit. Can you recommend the correct gauge wire I should using for each? make to make it like a foot long or so.
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Ultimately wire size goes by amp load. Looks like Tanks calls for #12 wire to the pump. The sender wires are probably smaller, I would just match the size they have coming off the sensor. A step bigger is fine but I don't go smaller.

https://www.tanksinc.com/pdf/RLYFP_Instructions.pdf
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