Question about 1995 Dodge Dakota
I have a 95 Dodge Dakota 2.5 4 cylinder. Recently I thought the fuel pump was out in my truck so I changed it. I was wrong. The wire harness under the hood was grounding out causing the auto shut down 30 amp fuse under the hood to blow. So originally the old pump was not bad. All I did was remove the harness under the hood and cleaned up all burnt wires and replaced harness. That stopped the fuse from blowing. Before I figured that problem out I just assumed it was the fuel pump. Bad mistake, it cost me $165.00 and 5 hours of my day and a fuel gauge. Any suggestions or ideas would be greatly appreciated. Ive already posted this question once but I failed to explain it properly. Sorry for repost.
Remove the pump from the tank and your float should be going the sam direction as the tank not cross ways in the tank this will fix fuel guage
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
Testimonial: "Dude Thanks so much for your reply. I dropped the tank this weekend and there it was facing the wrong direction. Thanks for taking the time to respond"
Well as a chrysler master tech. I can tell you go to mopar for any recompense. It runs now,so that's good. I'll remember this if I run into it in the futre.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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