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Fuel tank level sensor

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Can anyone please advise on a price including shipping for MV Part Number 800091219.

It is a fuel tank level sensor. It should come fitted with a flying lead on one end with a connector with 4 pins and a flying lead on the other with a connector with 2 pins.

Alternatively, if anyone could advise on an alternative manufacturer who could supply one or part number that would be very greatly aprpeciated

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It's about 150 from mv. Not worth the hastle, I just use the trip meter.


Incidently a ducati 748, 916 or 996 use exactly the same fuel pump so the ducati part will probably be cheaper. If it bothers you that much it would be cheaper just to buy a whole pump from eBay etc.
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Incidently a ducati 748, 916 or 996 use exactly the same fuel pump so the ducati part will probably be cheaper. If it bothers you that much it would be cheaper just to buy a whole pump from eBay etc.
after you posted that i bounced around on ebay.....those pumps don't look like they have the Weber fuel pressure regulator in the pump plate

maybe its my old eyes......lol

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