Question about Mazda B2200
First thing I would check is for ground wire at the tank, where all the fuel lines & wires connect. There should be a ground to the sending unit, that might be bad or broken off. Quite often just a black wire with spade connector. If still there, clean both surfaces & re-attach, if broken off, replace connector, clean spade or whatever at tank & re-attach.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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