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on top of the whole unit I have black to ground on top, pink to pink inside to sender,
pink/white in top to gray inside to pump, black from pump to sender inside. Who is +? The walbro is marked on top + and -. So does the plus come from the sender or the pink/white that mine has gray connected to?
 

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that was kind of the question, what color is the power lead, the +, I figured it out by looking at the hot wire kit. The pink/white wire is the + hot wire to the pump. thanks for chiming in so quick. back to the garage.
 

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Whoa, Nelly!

On the original wiring,

Power was tan, ground was black, and the fuel level sender was Pink.

Now, I recall seeing more than one that had a white stripe on the power wire, I believe.

You will only have power on the tan wire for about two seconds if you turn the key to the "run" position. You can beat this by hooking a jumper from the fuel pump test lead under the hood to the 12volt terminal on the back of the alternator.





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Right you are....the wire is tan with a white strip not pink with white strip. Old eyes and dirty wire. It should run fine as is did before. It's all orginial wiring as I have had it since the beginning. I drained the tank with it wired like that today. The wires inside that were black and gray to the pump were from when I put in a pump years ago.
 

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Oh yeh I'm doing that too right now, nice plug and play Caspers. Billet regulator and a fp gauge.
 

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