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1995 dodge 2500 van fades out when it gets to 1/4 tank of fuel

1995 Dodge Van fades out at 1/4 tank of fuel and when pulling a trailer it happens at 3/8 tank

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This sounds like you have a bad hose in your fuel tank that runs from the fuel sender to the fuel pump it is about 3" long and many time have seen a bad clamp on the hose, to repair this the fuel tank needs to be removed.
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Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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