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fuel tank senders 2002 Ocean Super Sport

Discussion in 'Ocean Yacht' started by Reel Interest, Jan 14, 2020.

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  1. Reel Interest

    Reel Interest New Member

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    trying to find out part numbers for the saddle tank and the main tank (forward) sending units on a 2002 Ocean 56 Super Sport. Not getting readings on the gauges. Any resources?
  2. MBevins

    MBevins Senior Member

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    They won't be anything proprietary to Ocean. If you've confirmed they're bad, pull them for length, note the install method (5 hole flange or 1.5" threaded). Buy replacement from your favorite supply. Should be standard resistance as it's American made.
  3. cleanslate

    cleanslate Senior Member

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    Not so sure it's you sending units. You have a fairly new Ocean, mine 1981 and still work.
    I would make sure all is ok with the wires to and on the senders and up at the gauges first before you go pulling out sending units etc. I'm sure it's not so easy to get them out. What MBevins said it's not an Ocean product. Your boat is new enough to call Viking parts dept in New Jersey. They bought out Ocean , and probably use the same senders on the new Vikings.
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    MBevins Senior Member

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    Here's an example.

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  5. Capt J

    Capt J Senior Member

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    That's a KUZ sender......you need the mounting pattern 5 screw or threaded flange AND you need to know the OHMS for the gauge...….they are made in virtually any length you need, and the 3 different OHMS. You can test the sender by connecting both wires together at the sender, the guage should be pegged on full.