Question about 1995 Dodge Neon
I drove car up town. The tank is full and fuel gage read full when I left, but up town it dropped to 1/2 and 1/4 and empty in a matter of minutes. What could be causing this problem.
A few things could end with these results. A faulty Fuel Sending unit, an issue with the gauge directly or a poor connection at the sending unit its self. I would start with the wiring and go from there. Check at the fuel tank where the wiring connects for the fuel pump and sending unit for corrison, a good cleaning and some ***-electric grease will do wonders.
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