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96 grand cherokee fuel gauge shows empty but scanner shows 49%

Need wiring diagram with terminal id

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  • rbreen_1 Jan 28, 2009

    THIS IS NOT CORRECT! BECAUSE WHEN SCANNED YOU SEE FUEL VOLUME SHOWING .THANKS FOR THE REPLY.BUT TRY AGAIN

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Sounds like a bad sending unit in the gas tank. While there you may as well replace the fuel pump too.

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Well, your fuel gauge can be stuck at the 3/4 mark. Or you bent it while installing it, causing a wrong reading.

Take out the fuel pump and ensure when the float is at the empty position your gauge is at E. If not adjust it properly. Also make sure your connections are correct. You said you swith the wires, don't see how they only go one way unless you have the nut and screw type.

Again, I think you bent it while installing it.. Also make sure you put the pump in correctly, you could have installed it the wrong way not letting the float ..............float!

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