Join Date: May 2009
Location: Cleveland TN
Own a Commander?: Yes
Model year: 2006
Trim Package: Limited
Power-Train: 5.7L V-8 Hemi
If 4WD - system: QD-II
Current Mileage: 103,000
Doubt the tank or filler neck can be the problem, bet the fuel gauge sending unit is bad. Had one go bad about like yours. on a Grand Cherokee and had the dealer replace it. They must remove the tank as the sending unit is inside of it. Take in with as little gas in it as possible. Did that with mine but then after they serviced it I went and filled it up to make sure it was working. Parked in garage under my house - next morning when we woke up there was very strong smell of gas and a puddle of gas under the car. Got everyone out of the house, backed the car out, opened all the windows and turned off the gas water heater. Don't know why the house didn't explode. Took back to dealer with some choice words. They pulled the tank full of gas - boy did they have a mess, asked why they don't pressure test the tank after the repair and he just shrugged. Sending unit gasket was on wrong.
06 Commander Limited Hemi - QDII,
Past -89 Comanche, 98 Grand Cherokee (2WD), 2000 Cherokee, 05 Grand Cherokee Limited 4.7
Had to replace the brakes - they opened more gas stations in town
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