Question about Chevrolet Tahoe
PULL THE CLUSTER OUT AND CHECK THE CONNECTOR AT REAR OF THE CLUSTER, IF THAT IS OK REPLACE THE FUEL TANK SENDING UNIT, THE SENDING UNIT AND GAS GAUGE IS NOT RELATED TO THE TACH OR TEMP GAUGE PROBLEM, THOSE ARE SEPARATE ISSUES, MOST LIKELY THE TACH NEED REPAIR AND THE ENGINE NEED A NEW THERMOSTAT FOR THE TEMP. GAGUE TO READ CORRECTLY
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
The later model GM trunks are notorious for the fuel sending units going bad. The problem is in the tank. The dealer can get you the proper parts to repair the sending unit. They may actually have an upgraded unit so this doesn't happen again.
Good luck w/ the repair!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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