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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2006 cadillac srx, suv .
It sounds like a bad fuel sending unit to me. You will probably also have fault codes stored in your engine computer or your instrument panel module for irrational fuel level data. Not only do you not know haow much gas is in your tank, but the computer needs this information also to control certain engine parameters and emission controls.
The sending unit is located inside the fuel tank. You may want to check around to see if anyone has just the sending unit itself instead of replacing the entire fuel pump module.
You may also want to go ahead and just replace the entire module anyway, depending on how many miles are on your vehicle. If you have 100,000 miles or more, it would be wise to just replace the whole thing to prevent having to pay the labor over again in a few thousand miles.
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