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Gas gauge sometimes works 1995 dodge b2500 van

FILL THE TANK UP BUT THE GAS GAUGE WILL NOT MOVE TO SHOW FULL WHEN I START THE VAN UP . WHEN I MAKE A TURN THEN THE GAS GAUGE STARTS TO MOVE UP AND DOWN.. REPLACE THE GAS PUMP THREE YEARS AGO ... JUST STARTED TO DO THIS... BAD GAS GAUGE OR BAD SENDER . HOW NOT THE SENDER IS THIS IN THE GAS TANK...... WHERE WILL I FIND A GAS GAUGE FOR MY VAN 1995

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  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    tank full gauge shows empty

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    gas gauge does not work

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It is a reasonable assumption that the sensor in the tank is bad.The gauge in those are replaceable, try the dealer but first price them online, JC Whitney and LMC Truck and so on. I would try the tank first, it isn't the favorite job, but my bet is there.

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The Sending Unit is Inside the Fuel Tank at the End of the Intake Line. You will have to Drop the Tank and Change it. Your Guage should be just fine after the Repair

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