The correlationship between heat treatment condition and electrical properties of the Mn-Co-Ni oxide NTC thermistor for fuel level sensor was investigated by the X-ray diffractometry, density measurement, and electrical properties measurement such as resistivity, B constant, and thermal dissipation constant. It was shown that the heat treatment of NTC thermistor was responsible for sinterability of Mn-Co-Ni oxide. The highest density of 5.10 g/㎤ was obtained at 1250℃, 2 hours, at which the densification was almost completed. This is also manifested from the microstructural observation. It is found that the electrical resistivity and B constant are increased at the elevated sintering temperatures. The NTC specimens prepared in this study showed the conventional decrease of resistance with the measured temperature and the linear behavior of output voltage with fuel levels. Therefore, the electrical properties of thermistor were closely correlated with sintering condition. and the Mn-Co-Ni oxide thermistor prepared in this study has a great possibility enough to apply for an automobile fuel level sensor.