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Fuel sensor problem...

Hello.My car is a 94 Honda Civic ESI.I already changed my float sensor and the for my fuel tank.and my level gauge is doing fine.but in my panel, the light showing warning for fuel level is still on.And I already filled my tank with gas.What could be the cause?

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Are you sure you installed the correct part, there is a with low fuel warning and without one.

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SOURCE: fuel gauge not giving the correct gauge level

more likely the fuel gauge in the dash is the problem, you can check this by taking the rear seat out to get to the fuel sending unit, then disconnect the connector while you have the ignition on and see if it change.
if it changes the sender is bad, if it doesn't the cluster is bad.

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I had the same problem. My battery was going bad. When I replaced it with a new one, the fuel gauge worked fine.

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