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Prowelder

Fuel Gauge Reading Empty

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Okay so yesterday the fuel gauge was showing a little under half which was correct. I parked the truck for maybe 2 hours and got back in it to drive and fuel now shows it is on Empty and the fuel light is on. Went and put some fuel in it and it didn't change... So I guess the fuel sender is probably out?? Can you buy that seperate from the canister or does it come together? A from a dealer I suppose?:shrug:

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mike or someone posted a photo and and a part number from dodge here some where. it was just the float and sender.

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Caught you over at the other site but I post it here too... $68.45 - 4897669AB - Dodge Dealer Only Part [ATTACH=CONFIG]3313[/ATTACH]

i knew i saw it somewhere, just could not remember where.

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proably is gone - but fiddle around with it firstISX took mine off and then put it back on as it was dead - and started working - float was probably stuck or a wiring issue.

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proably is gone - but fiddle around with it first ISX took mine off and then put it back on as it was dead - and started working - float was probably stuck or a wiring issue.

Yeah I figure when my girl and I tear it apart I'll play with it and see what I come up with. If it doesn't start working I'll just replace it with a new one.:thumbup2:

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