Question about 2002 Pontiac Aztek
When i'm driving my truck down the road all at once the fuel gauge reads all the way full or on empty. Do you have any answers? One other thing the driver info center always tells me AWD not working but it always works.
Mostly likely you have a tank mounted fuel gauge. If your vehicle is pointing down hill the guage goes up or down. It is usually the fuel level in the tank that makes the float go up to tell you how full the tank is, if fuel is sloshing around then level fluctuates. I would say that if it stabilizes on level ground and at a stop, and you can get a stable fuel reading then this is more of an annoyance than a problem. If you can get an accurate reading and you do not run out of fuel you may want to leave this one alone, you will have to drop the fuel tank and replace the fuel float on top of the gas tank which can be labor intensive as well as expensive.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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