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Gas gauge problem 4x2

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rlyeager
Join Date: Jul 2011
Posts: 4 Texas
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2011-07-07          179310


I have a 2002 JD Gator 4x2. The gas gauge is starting to act erratic. Today it showed 3/4 full and I ran out of gas. Question: How do I replace it? It seems to me that it would be only one piece (gauge and sensor, perhaps float) as opposed to multiple components such as a car. Also, where is the best place to get a replacement part. JD is usually pretty high on their parts.

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gatordone
Join Date: Nov 2010
Posts: 7 iowa
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2011-07-08          179322


It is a one piece unit that pulls straight out and has a rubber grommet around it.Deere's cost is only $20.00 ....

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rlyeager
Join Date: Jul 2011
Posts: 4 Texas
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2011-07-08          179325


That's great news Gatordone. I have another question if you perhaps know the answer. The rubber boots on my two front (axles ?) have deteriorated and need replacing. Is this the kind of thing I can do myself? I can't imagine it being very difficult but would like to hear from somebody who has actually done it. Thanks again for your response. ....

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