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Old 11-09-2009, 08:23 PM
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Fuel Gauge Truble Shooting

I found this on the web and wanted to let others know about it,
http://www.moparfins.com

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Fix Gas Gauge

Oh when going to the link I posted click on fix your mopar then look under electrical and click on fix gauges
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What does that site have to do with fuel gauges?

edot....So, you mean HERE
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Fuel Gauge

It talks about some of the things that cause a fuel gauge to not work I thought it might be helpfull info it sounds like most cars work the same way mopar or other.
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well they operate similarly but different resistances and ranges and so forth.
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