Re: false "full" reading on fuel gage
Much easier to take the bed off. You can leave the tank in place while
changing the unit. I had a similar situation, one of the electrical
on the top of the tank was corroded. Mine was a '94, but should be
"Michael Bowden" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Not a fun job but you probably need to replace the sending unit in the
> fuel tank, which involves dropping the tank and disconnecting fuel lines
> and electrical. If you do not know what your doing this is very dangerous.
> Aside from that you could confirm that it is the sending unit by checking
> the electrical connection to the gauge from the sending unit.
> "rubusy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> the fuel gage on my 199 ford Ranger 4x4 v6 reads "full" all the time. Is
>> this an easy fix?