Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
Yes you broke the fuel gauge sending unit in the tank oreven the tankitself as ithas a baffle in it to reduce the slosh of the gas but with it broken loose inside the tank it crashes into the fuel pump and the gauge sending unit and may have broken it completely off.. This is not a job for a clunsly mechanic or someone who hasn't done it before. If you haven't taken a uel tank down drained a fuel tank and put a fuel gauge in and out this is not a good job to be teaching yourself.. Get someone to help you that knows want thier doing or just have someone do the work that does it all the time. There are plenty of mechanics that can do this job saftly and you might not be it. Hire the repair done and if they burn it or blow it at least it did'nt get you.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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