Question about 1994 Chrysler LeBaron
Where is the sending unit for the fuel gauge located on a 1994 chrysler labaron located finj
Hi there! I would not say that the removal of the fuel tank in these cars is difficult or hard to do. I don't have a ramp or pit, but I was able to remove the almost empty tank by myself and then did a complete tank cleaning and washing, and the only thing I needed to do, was to raise the rear of the car and support it safely it on a pair of stands. I recommend you to place a flat piece of Wood on a floor Jack saddle to support the weight of the tank when it is unbolted from the car, and then remove all the hose connections, including the fill pipe, as it is advantageous to have it removed from the tank as its large diameter allows you to perform an easy drying of the tank after washing it with soapy water, for a full cleaning procedure that in my case left a pristine looking and shiny appearance of a like new tank insides. I removed the tank in my car because the electrical connector for the fuel pump dried up and developed small cracks, the plastic (apparently a type of Nylon) became yellow and dry, and cracked. That caused a small leak that dripped a few drops of gas on the floor every 5 minutes. As a new connector for the pump harness costed almost the same as a complete new pump, I decided to replace the pump and clean the inside of the tank. To completely clean the tank, I filled it with hot soapy water and dropped a couple of dog chains inside, and sloshed the tank, rinsing it with plenty of clean water and a small K?rcher pressure washer. After letting it drain, I used a hand held hair drier on hot, placing the air outlet inside the large opening of the fill-up pipe, using a cloth around the drier nozzle to better seal the hot air blowing into the tank. After 5 minutes of hot air being blown into the tank, the steel Wall of the tank became very warm and that dried all the w?ter completely. With my somewhat small size hands, I was able to touch the inside of the tank both through the pump and the fill pipe openings. Believe me, the inside of the tank was as pristine, clean, shiny smooth; a complete cleaning that left the tank inside as clean as a new one!. Best Luck, Amclaussen.
Posted on Jan 19, 2015
Hi Ralph, I'm glad to help. The sending unit is inside the gas tank mounted on the fuel pump. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Ralph.
Posted on Jun 11, 2014
The send in unit should be found inside the gas tank
Posted on May 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi the sending unit is located at the very top of the tank to replace this part the tank will need removing to get to the top of the tank. Once the tank is removed its easy to remove the sender unit make sure your tank is empty first as it will be really heavy and hard to manage with fuel in the tank.
I you havnt got the use of a garage ramp or pit then it can be a big job removing the tank as it would involve removing all the fuel hoses and the filler hose from the tank to allow you enough freedom to get the tank off.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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Basically there are several components in the system there is a fuel pump relay a gas gauge sending unit and fuel pump.
Posted on May 07, 2014
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