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Gas gauge issue

My gas gauge keeps going up and down on my 2004 Aztek anyway of fixing the problem ? what is causing this to happen?

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  • Benny Freeman
    Benny Freeman May 11, 2010

    does it go up and down no matter how much is in the tank?
    or when there is movement?
    could be a loose wire on the fuel tank end
    or faulty censor

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You got a problem with your fuel gauge sender that works together with the fuel pump inside in the fuel tank, that sender is a wire that could be burned and is sending wrong voltage to the fuel meter on the dash board,replace it as a unit or if you want to save lot of money buy it separate from the fuel pump.

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