Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
I just tried to take my vehicle through inspection and the emissions check tech said it kicked out a code, so it failed. My gas gage isn't working and my engine light kept coming on and off. I took it to chevy dealership and they said its fuel level sensor and other things in connection which started out being $900; I don't have that kind of monies. The car is 2 yrs old and approximately 45,000 miles and only had a 36,000 mile warranty.
Was there any recalls on fuel sensors for this vehicle, I don't understand how it went bad so fast.
It might just be a bad connection to the fuel tank float level and not a bad sensor at all. The problem is finding some one that will tell you that if they find it. In any event, to fix it you need to drain the fuel and drop the gas tank down. The labor exceeds the cost of the sensor. Since it is not under warrenty, I would try to find a local shop to do the work that has a lower shop rate. I have not found a good way to find an honest shop yet unless they are friends whom you know well. Good Luck.
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