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My fuel gage in my chev s10 doesn't work I've done

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Did you set the fuel in right .sound like the sending unit is not right place

Posted on Dec 02, 2012

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SOURCE: 2003 S10 gas gage not working

bad ground on tank

Posted on May 10, 2009

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SOURCE: 1999 lincoln town car fuel gage not working

99% of the time this is due to a defective gas gauge sending unit, this is located in the gas tank.

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SOURCE: 2001 Pontiac Montana Temperature Gage and Fuel Gage malfunction

sending unit or float in gas tank, check if any broken wires or well plugged in and then check the float for the gas.

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SOURCE: re fuel gage.

the fuel tank sending unit is defective in your van, this has nothing to do with the fuel pump going out, this was a 100% incorrect statement by the shop that said this, but do understand that if you pull the fuel tank to repair the defective sender for the gas guage u might as well replace the fuel pump which also is in the fuel tank, they (the pump) are are getting worn out at about the miles you have on this car.

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SOURCE: FUEL PUMP MAKES NOISE PRESSURE GAGE READS 40 PSI

Fuel pump is bad. At idle pressure should read 50 PSI. Replace with original manufacture fuel pump after market pumps will burn out fast and are unreliable from my experience. Also could have a bad fuel regulator but that only works while driving down the road full throttle. You can unhook the fuel rail pressure regulator and that will give it full fuel and the pressure reading should read 60 PSI while it is running. If you turn the engine off and turn the key to run position it should read 50 PSI and hold for 60 seconds, if it drops below 30 PSI after 30 seconds Pump is defective. Many pumps are going bad here of late as people have been running them less than ¼ tank and this kills the pump. The fuel cools and lubricates the pump so the lower the fuel level the worse it is on the pump below ¼ tank. Not to hard of a job to do if you want instructions let me know.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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