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Q:I have this selector valve on 1984 GMC with new tanks, sending units, connector, and switch. I have fuel in both tanks but gauge reads empty when switched either tank. When running the fuel is also pumped into main tank and builds up and overflows. I am sure the lines and wiring are correct. Is the valve defective and how can I make sure before proceeding on? Thank you.
A:Happy to help, Randy! You have listed all the possible causes of the gauge reading empty issue. If the wiring and ground of the cross member is correct then it should be a faulty selector valve. It is really hard for me to point out the cause without the presence of your vehicle. You might check with the nearest Advance store for any further assistance.
Q:I have a 1985 f250 with 6.9l diesel. Factory valve has 6 fuel lines connected to it including return lines. Is this the correct valve for my vehicle?
A:Hello Ccc, I will be happy to help you with the question you had. Looking at the specifications of this part it does show to be an exact fit and it does also show to be a 6 port unit.
Q:Does this part come with installation instructions and a wiring diagram?
A:No Jim, this part does not include installation instructions and wiring diagrams. For help with your project, I recommend purchasing a Haynes or Chilton repair manual specifically for your vehicle. This should be able to assist you further into detail on how to repair or replace specific parts.
Q:Hello I have a 1987 E350 it is a 6 valve and this is the replacement. The one currently in my van has only a single wire going to it. how will this one work with just one wire.
A:I checked for all the fuel tank selector valves for that model vehicle, with the all the different engine sizes, and they all show to have 6 pin terminals. If the single wire you have going to the fuel tank selector valve has a 6 pin connector on it, then it is possible that your harness may be damaged or your vehicle may only need the one wire without others. If the wire does not connect to a 6 pin connector, then it might be the incorrect vehicle information used to look up the part. Call us at 1-877-ADVANCE (238-2623) so an agent can help you find the part and verify the correct model information.