Fuel Tank Senders

Select your Brand

        Moeller Fuel Tank Senders
        MarPac Fuel Tank Senders
        Mercury Marine Fuel Tank Senders
        Livorsi Marine Fuel Tank Senders

Sea Trial and Log

Common sense dictates that testing and recording be performed after the installation of your new fuel tank sender assembly. Filling the fuel tank while the boat is level in the water in small gallon increments will give you a good idea as to how your fuel gauge will read. Record your results in your ships papers and educate all operators and onboard guests of the boats fuel characteristics and limitations.

Please take some time to select the correct sender assembly for your vessels application. Know your brand and type of fuel gauge. Measure your tanks depth carefully and take your tanks design, shape, material and accessability into consideration.


Use EXTREME CARE to prevent fuel spillage or build up of fuel vapors in your bilge. Fuel is very dangerous and one small spark or flame can cause a fire and/or explosion. Fuel vapors or liquid can cause fire, explosion, damage, injury or death. Never remove a fuel sender if your fuel tank is full or near full as fuel can poor out the top of your tank. Always disconnect and/or remove your battery(s) and all voltage sources from the vessel BEFORE working on your fuel system. Do not expose any fuel if your engine is hot. Work in a well ventilated area as liquid fuel and/or fuel vapors can cause medical problems and/or death. Avoid contact with fuel and wash with soap and water as soon as possible to prevent injury or illness. Bottom line.... Safety Comes First!