Question about 1995 Pontiac Trans Sport
My gas guage shows full after charging the battery. Prior to charging only had 1\8th of a tank. Any idea of what caused this?
Did you remove battery cables while charging? Rmove and make sure grd is clean and tight Turn on the ignition, watch gauge. It should reset itself. If not, start engine and drive around the block. then make sure you park on level ground , then shut off the engine. Did that work? If not, disconnect the battery for a few minutes and hook it back up. Last but not leastm go put gas in your tank. It just might be full. Pranks have been known to happen. Good Luck.
Posted on May 06, 2009
You may have done something with the cables but some transports have faulty gas gauges.
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