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Dodge RAM 2500; 1996,fule gage is not workin.

Its showing empty all the time, can i fix it by my self?
Or any unexpensive plase to fix.

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It is the fuel level sending unit in the gas tank or a fuse.  Either way, a reseaonable fix

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