Question about 1987 Jeep Comanche
I had no problem finding a sending using and gaskets for $40 on the Internet.
But since the last one worked fine for 23 years, I think you are way over reacting. In fact, the sending unit is not nearly as likely as just the $2 seal. And I would not even drop the tank, much less replace it. If access is difficult, I usually just make my own access hatch by cutting looking at and measuring one in a salvage yard, either using a cutoff disk or sawsall to make an opening, and then adding metal to the edge so that you can screw the opening back down again, sealed with duct tape.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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