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I recently bought this 1996 for a really good deal. The old guy that had it said that a while after he bought the truck (new) the fuel gauge stopped working and he never had the desire to fix it, he just topped off when the odometer went to 400. I want to fix it. What would the procedure be to fix it or put a new one in? Thanks
1996 Dodge Ram 2500, 5.9 12v, Extended Cab Long Bed, KDP Tabbed, 18*, #0 Fuel Plate FF, AFC Mods, DAP 5x12's Billet TC, Larger cooler, Upgraded VB, Deeper Pan, Single Disk, 4" Exhaust, Wastegate closed, CAI
1997 3500 club cab 3.54 gears towing & camper pkg. Still stock with 120k. 4" exhaust, 4kgsk, built transmission and exhaust brake waiting for installation. Still need ideas for improvements for hauling 15k fifth wheel.
the float/potentiometer part of the module crapped out on mine. replaced it with one out of a truck my buddy was stealing the motor out of and fixed. the procedure is out lined in Joe G's write up posted above
1996 2500 ECLB, NV4500, 4X4, HTT 62/71/14, SDX 5x14s, #0 plate, 20*, 4K GSK, ARP studs, Snow water/meth, SouthBend, 5" EXH, AFC fiddled with, Icebox, ATS 3pc, PacBrake PRXB, Isspro gauges, As much Thuren as i can afford, KDP victim, more to come
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