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Old 05-05-2020, 08:49 AM   #5
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Default Re: 57 Tbird fuel tank sender

I found the same thing a few years ago.I have feeling it had something to do with the new fuel.if it is the same as I found other than the cloudy look it should not hurt as it is so fine it will not plug up anything.I put a filter in line and changed it after a couple of years and put another on it has not hurt.I leave the car sitting for months at a time.I dought it has anything to do with sand a side note explain what you mean by the floats seizing up never heard of that after rebuilding
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