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"integral" in this case means it's wired into the pump assembly in series with the pump. But there's actually only 2 screws holding the sensor on top. You may find a used one and swap it out.
But if it were my bike I would replace the fuel pump, strainer, and screen while I had the assembly out.
If you decide to pull the fuel pump out replace the base gasket. It's probably pretty old and crusty. Get a few new o-rings and crush washers for the fuel lines. There's no sense in not replacing these parts as they're cheap insurance against a fire.
I'm not 100% sure but I don't think the sensor itself can be fixed. You might see if wibbly might know more but I think it's just rheostat sitting on top.
You can double check your 3 PIN connector under the tank.
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Last edited by NewRedRider; 11-16-2017 at 08:16 AM.