You're shredding the off-road track in your Jeep and something distracts you. Your analog fuel gauge is going all over the map. Full, empty, full, empty, full, empty. If you hadn't just filled your tank up prior to the race, panic might set in. It has a bit. Do you have a fuel leak? Do you need to pull over and lose your position? Fuel tank sending unit seals can leak and cause the sender to fail at its job. Pull over to make sure nothing dangerous is going on. Then, hop on your phone and go to 4WheelParts.com to order a new OEM fuel tank sending unit. Then, sulk because you just lost the race and a bet with your best friend.
The fuel sending unit isn't too complex and everyone relies on them every day. Whether you're off-roading in your Jeep four-wheeler or driving to work in your sports car, you rely on your gas gauge and idiot light to tell you when to fuel up. No more steak and lobster dinners for your victorious friend. We have an OEM Jeep fuel sending unit replacement and the seal to prevent leaks and complications. Here's the thing, though. If you order a rubber o-ring you can split it if you screw it in too tight. Make certain you install it with the right torque or order a different seal material for your Jeep fuel tank sending unit.
We Carry Seals From Numerous Manufacturers
If you're a purest, we carry OEM Jeep parts. We also stock truck fuel tank sending unit parts from Crown Automotive, MTS Company and Omix-Ada. While you're shopping for your sender seal, check out accessories and beef up your four-wheeler with body accents that show off its need for speed. We carry plenty of body and frame parts, bumpers, lights and roll cages among other things, and we guarantee the lowest price or we'll refund the difference within 90 days of your order. Get your parts and accessories from 4WheelParts.com today.