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I bet you that gas tank shares a part number with another kind of ram. I would try the dealership ...



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Old 11-11-2012, 07:34 PM
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I bet you that gas tank shares a part number with another kind of ram. I would try the dealership to see what shares the same fuel tank

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I tried to epoxy it back down. After I got my fingers un-stuck I went and bought the new tank with a new fuel pump o-ring. Ended up costing $525 with tax. They gave me a 10% discount for belonging to Mopars Unlimited of AZ. Put a half gallon of gas in and went and filled it up. Put 25.7 gallons in a 26 gallon tank. At least now I know where truely empty is on the gauge lol.
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I believe 2003-2006 rams share the same gas tank with just a different fuel pump
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I tried to epoxy it back down. After I got my fingers un-stuck I went and bought the new tank with a new fuel pump o-ring. Ended up costing $525 with tax. They gave me a 10% discount for belonging to Mopars Unlimited of AZ. Put a half gallon of gas in and went and filled it up. Put 25.7 gallons in a 26 gallon tank. At least now I know where truely empty is on the gauge lol.
After all that work, did it get rid of the code?
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I now have this same problem..... filled the tank as usual and it was pouring out fuel as I slowed down to enter the driveway!! Neighbor pointed to the splashing going on under the truck! That Vent valve arrangement should be a safety concern and a Recall. I am going to lift off the truck bed and see how I can re-seal that Vent...... wish me luck! going to superglue it down first , then epoxy it all the way around . I bet if I connect about 50 4" hose clamps together I could clamp it !...... this truck might need a match for a controlled burn rather than with ME in it! ....
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P0445 fixed P0442 not dropped the fuel tank and

Great to hear. Crazy that its rusted like that. Was the car ever water damaged? Or gas previous fuel tank repairs.
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After pulling the box off the frame I notice the fuel line came off the fuel pump. The rollover/vent valve was fine. The fuel line clip was broken and not sure if one side rolled or what..... I used a new clip and are cruising again!
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Just an FYI, these adhesive seals on top of the fuel tanks deteriorate from OVERFILLING at the pump. The fuel will eventually eat away at the adhesive.

Just don't top off at the pump

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After all that work, did it get rid of the code?
Yes it did.
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Just an FYI, these adhesive seals on top of the fuel tanks deteriorate from OVERFILLING at the pump. The fuel will eventually eat away at the adhesive.

Just don't top off at the pump

Cheers!
Ha! As we know its VERY hard to keep these trucks topped off.
Great info.. thanks!
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