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in-tank pump wiring connections in truck ... black box? 200 1988

The fuel gauge sender wire goes into a black plastic box instead of a wire connector.

It appears to have hinges on one side but no "catch" on the opposite side and no space to slide in a screw driver.

Before I break it, ... what is it ... and how is it supposed to be opened?
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1988 244 DL; B230F; LH-2.2; Manual 5-speed (M47)






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in-tank pump wiring connections in truck ... black box? 200 1988

That's not your fuel gauge sender wiring. That's the anti-tamper box holding the connector for your vehicle speed sensor wiring.
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Art Benstein near Baltimore

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in-tank pump wiring connections in truck ... black box? 200 1988

Art,

Looking more closely at the wiring diagram I see the wire is Grey not Blue.

I see it mentioned in your http://cleanflametrap.com/transferPump.htm.
Sorry I skimmed for pump info and did not read the entire page.

Thank you
tbb2
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1988 244 DL; B230F; LH-2.2; Manual 5-speed (M47)





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