Fuel Level Sending Unit - What is the lastest, greatest fix?
My fuel level sending unit is bad. (shows 1/3 of a tank of fuel when the engine runs out of fuel) This is apparently a VERY common failure problem and apparently the replacement fuel level sending units are just as unreliable if not worse.
I have read up on a few capacitance type fuel level sensors and installing marine fuel level indicators.
I was not able to get a fuel sender when I had the tank off this weekend installing the Air Dog 150. If I have to drop the fuel tank to fix this problem, I want to fix it the RIGHT way ONCE.
What is the latest greatest fix for this problem?
Mine-2002 2500 SLT Laramie, 4x4, ETH/DEE, F1 Mach 1.6 injectors, Edge EZ, Cummins eBrake, Air Dog 150, ISSPRO Gauges,BHAF, Outterware Prefilter, heat shield, DSS, Dark Garnet Red, 3.54 diff. gears, Westin Sportsman Brush Guard, Westin Sportsman Nerf Bars, Rhino Liner, White Night backup Light, 295/75R-16's, Passport 8500i radar/laser detector. NRA Benefactor Life Member, NAHC, NSSA, NSCA Life Member, RWVA Member
Hers-2001.5 2500 SLT Laramie, 4x4, ETH/DEE, 3.54 diff. gears, Vulcan 1/2" Big Line Kit w/frame relocated Aertex lift pump, ISSPRO fuel pressure gauge, Side Trax Nerf Bars, Bed Liner, B&W Turnover Ball Hitch, Delta Aluminum Bed Box, Design Tech 50 watt backup lamps.