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Fuel Gauge Replacement Sender

For all of you that are running around with a broken fuel gauge that reads incorrect level  than actual fuel level, there is a replacement sender that you can get from the Dodge Dealer.

Part Number: 4897669AB (For 2000-2002 Dodge Ram)

Part number # 4897669AC (Updated fuel sender part number - Oct, 2020 @Towrigdually)

Approximate Cost: $68.45

I was warned by the Dodge Dealer than the actually part number may vary and you should contact a local Dodge Dealer and provide them with the VIN number so to get the proper part for your application. As for requiring an In-Tank Lift pump you do not and don't let them sell you one either its' not required

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