I could not get a good pic, but the fuel sending unit wire is in a loom and goes to the left of the tank, follows in the channel under the door opening, thru the hole in the vetical channel and follows the bottom left of the glove box to the firewall and turns right along the bottom of the glove box. The loom ends about 6" to the right of the glove box and the wire continues directly to the fuel guage. There are two metal tabs on the firewall under the glovebox that hold the wire up in place.
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