Question about 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager
It could very well be a sending unit, it could also be a faulty body ground. This can make your instrument act goofy, lol. Seriously, check the body ground, it should be located under the hood. It will probably be at the back passenger side of the engine compartment bolted to the back of the engine compartment and run to the back of the engine. It will be a flat piece of braided wire.
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
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