By "wacky fuel gauge" I assume you mean sometimes works, sometimes not, sometimes partially works, etc.? Before I jumped in with both feet to replace the FSU, I would make sure that is the problem. My Trooper's acted that way then finally quit altogether. All it took to remedy it was securing the plug-ins at the tank. Make sure your wires/terminals are making good contact. My 'Zu is bad about losing grounds.Yokomo said:I have a 99 Amigo with 3.2
So my wacky fuel gauge is most likely due to the fuel sending unit. And to install a new one you have to drop the tank? How do I go about dropping the tank? I was just under there to replace the fuel filter and saw a couple bolts and nuts holding the bands that hold the tank up.
Can you guys walk me through all the steps you have to do to drop the tank?
And the steps to replace the FSU?
(and is a certain brand better than another brand?)