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Old 06-18-2012, 09:15 PM   #1
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Hey guys. I have been trying to do some research on here regarding my fuel gauge not reading properly. I will fill it up, and it sometimes reads completely empty, etc. It sounds like it is quite possibly my fuel sending unit. Anyone have advice on how easy of a fix this is? Where it is located on my jeep? Thanks for any advice!
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What year is the Jeep?

Its part of the fuel pump assembly. Not too bad.
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What year is the Jeep?

Its part of the fuel pump assembly. Not too bad.
Lol gee.... 98 look at the thread title.
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You have to drop the tank to pull sender and pump out as one chunk.
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