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1995 Plymouth Neon Sport Fuel Sending Unit (Gauge) problem

hooshawkhooshawk Posts: 1
edited March 2014 in Plymouth
Chrysler issued a recall on the 1995 Neon Sport
Fuel Sending Units (the unit that makes the fuel
gauge function)...but mine just broke again,
showing that I have 1/4 of a tank of gas when in
fact it is empty. Has anyone else had this same
problem? Did you get Chrysler to fix it?

Comments

  • We had the same problem on our 95' Neon. The only difference is when the gauge got down below half way, you could watch it drop to empty while driving. I did not know there was a recall for the problem and we had a auto shop fix the problem.
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