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Wiring to Fuel Gage Sending unit

Wiring to Fuel Gage Sending uni, Wiring at Harness from sending unit loose or broken need new hook up for sending unit 1994 Dodge Ram 2500

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You maybe able to get it from the dealership, or a salvage yard, you can remove whatever wiring you need.

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