Question about Dodge Cars & Trucks
Was the sending unit replaced
You say you had something done or checked
We have over 300 new people a day, come to this
site alone, that have not found a repair shop or dealer
that can resolve anything, at all
Why is that,I ask?
I have 1992 dakota factory manuals from mine old one
If you get specific about serious wire chasing I will
look things up for you.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
remove the pump from the tank and your float should be going the sam direction as the tank not cross ways in the tank this will fix fuel guage
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
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check to make sure the wires are all connected at the sending unit,check to make sure you have a good ground.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
SOURCE: 99 Pontiac Sunfire
I have a 1999 Sunfire and the fuel pump fuse kept blowing. I noticed it happened during accelerations only. After tracing this son of gun down by placing a jumper fuse between the fuel pump and the fuse box and also one from the fuse box to the relay that goes under the hood; i found the problem kept coming between the fuse box and engine. Make long story short I found the problem with a corroted positive battery cable (the main red cable). I could not tell before because it is insulated; but once i cut it, the problem was obvious when i saw all the green **** on the wires. I replaced the cable with a new one and the fuse blowing stopped. Hops this helps...........It drove me crazy for 5 months.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
there are 4 wires at the sender - and 3 wires for the vapour sensor-the two heavier wires are for the pump and the lighter wires are for the guage-the lighter purple wire should have 5 volts on it-if not you may have a wire or computer problem-th guage is an input to the pcm(computor) under the hood and then is transmitted via comm. line to the cluster-if the rest of the guages work in the cluster you need to look at the pcm or wiring to the tank
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
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