Question about 2003 GMC Savana
Check the fuses and relay......these are the most common problems
1. Defective Dash Voltage regulator (Voltage limiter) or gauge
"make sure the gauge is actually receiving current"
2. Lost of a ground at the sending unit
"make sure it is grounded"
3. Break in the wire going to the dash
4. On some Chryslers, the Bulkhead connector on the firewall or connector behind kick panel.
1. Actual bad Sending Unit
"it could be the filter"
2. Fuel Gauge defective
"in some causes, nothing is perfect, or premature wear or just ussual wear"
Posted on May 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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