ya man fo so dat wil fix yo problem...i got another question for yall my gas meter dont work its stays on full if i buy another clusters would dat fix dat problem?
It will fit, but it will not work correctly. The Fleetwoods used a different sender than the B-body's.lol i didnt know this was a grammar or spelling class smfh
another quick question would a 95 road master sending unit fit my wood ?
No, but there was an accessory item, PN 12370131 (according to old parts fiche) that converted the lights to DRL's. Discontinued, of course, but a dealer might happen to have one--there are over 25 dealers around the country that still show to have the kit, many of them in quantity (9 in Alaska, for example). It's a module and wiring kit with instructions, pretty sure. Do not know what the cost is.come with daytime running lights ?
This has been said before so I just looked it up. Sure enough, different part numbers. What is the difference? Every GM sender I have every encountered has been the 0-80 ohm type. Did they change it to accomodate the electronic dash? Now it is very pertainent as mine has just decided to go to full and stay and I don't think it reflects a "bottom less" tank of fuel. Certainly wasn't very accurate before (in forty years previously I have run out of gas twice. five times since buying the Caddy). Getting tired of carrying a gas can around with me in the trunk and I have two Roady senders on the shelf.It will fit, but it will not work correctly. The Fleetwoods used a different sender than the B-body's.
Chris, nice to see you posting!So couldn't you almost simulate DRLs by just using the Twilight sentinel switch just off the notch to the right? Which is exactly what I do and the headlights come on when I start and go off when I immediately shut it down. Or are you only looking for the running lights to be on? The DRLs on my TBSS are the headlights.