Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Well, I'm surprised they said it was checked out, as I don't know how they would check the sensor. My guess is the sending unit was bad on the used tank. So is the old one you had gone now? Was the tank an exact match for your old one? If not, it may be the gage has a different calibration than your old one. If you still have the old sending unit, I would reinstall that, as it was working before you switched tanks, right? And the problem you had was just the tank--or was the sending unit rusted out too?
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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