Question about 2003 Pontiac Montana
It started with the heat gauge and now it's the gas gauge. The heat gauge works perfectly now but the gauge needle doesn't move, and yes it's full of gas, lol. any suggestions , can it be possible that it's frozen because we did have some rain then a pile of snow. can you figure out this problem for me thanks...
Before you start your van, and the key's are on accesory. Does your needle move? If it does, your gage is good and you have a bad ground or wire harness. Worst you could have a bad sending unit and that is in the gas tank it self. Start with checking all the wire connection. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
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