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My gas gauge is bouncing from 3/4 full to empty once i have it at that level. is there a easy fix for this?? Troy

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The only fix for this problem is replacing the gas gauge sending unit in the gas tank, the problem is u have to buy a fuel pump module to get the part ( I have same problem with my Dodge), they run over $300.00 UIS

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