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What causes great fuel consumption in 2001 chevrolet impala

Was getting 400 miles to tank full now getting 175-200 miles to tank full

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SOURCE: High Fuel Consumption

this engine likes fuel. hard to say without seeing it but sounds like its drawing air somewhere. 

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SOURCE: 2001 Chevy Impala gas guage incorrect

The level sensor is bad. They are easy to do. You don't have to pull the fuel tank down. There is an acsess hole in the trunk. Look in the rear of the trunk at the rear of the seats. You will notice there is a spot in the middle that the capet comes together, Pull them apart and there is metal plate with some 10mm nuts, pull that off and your fuel pump is there, remove and replace the sensor.
Also there will the a code in the pcm. you will need to clear it to pass emissions

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fuel pump is obviouslynot working !
check it & its wiring!!!!!

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SOURCE: my 2001 Pontiac Aztek's fuel gauge works until

it is one of two things the fuel gauge in the tank is bad or the gauge in the dash is bad...I would check with the dealer to see if they have seen that problem before...they maybe a recall for that problem...

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SOURCE: ignition control module on a 2001 Chevy Impala

There is a switch relay that plugs behine the ignition switch cylinder.You would have to take apart the dash console to take it apart to replace it.Also helps solve a few problem on the 2001 chevrolet impala, with heat gauage not working and a/c not blowing cold air anymore.Replacing it, should fix the problem with that.

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The level sensor is bad. They are easy to do. You don't have to pull the fuel tank down. There is an acsess hole in the trunk. Look in the rear of the trunk at the rear of the seats. You will notice there is a spot in the middle that the capet comes together, Pull them apart and there is metal plate with some 10mm nuts, pull that off and your fuel pump is there, remove and replace the sensor.
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