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How do you fix the gas gauge on a 1990 buick century

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The sending unit in your tank is bad replace it.

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How to fix my gas gauge on my 1988 Buick Century


Could be a number of things.
The fuel sender could be at fault not sending any voltage to the gauge. One way to check this would be to find the signal cable under the rear passenger seat, short them together and see if the gauge moves.
If not that then the gauge could be borked

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Have you checked base fuel pressure with a gauge ?
Have you figured out if you are loosing spark or fuel when the engine dies ?

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I have a 1999 Buick Century Custom and my gas guage doesnt work right, it moves from full to empty and everywhere in between when im driving it. What could it be?


the sender unit might have gone bad or it could just be the gauge. pull the dash cluster and check for continuity on the gas gauge lead

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1990 Buick Century Car idals then when you give it gas it dies


Check the EGR and if it is bad then replace with authentic AC Delco OEM part because the aftermarket ones have weak springs in them.

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Find your fuse box, read the cover and find the cigarette lighter and match the drawings with the arrangement of the fuses, when you find it, pull it out and check if blown out or open circuit, then replace it with a the same value of amp. ok

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Does the culster board control the gas indicator as will as the millege


Yes, the gas gauge works with the digital gas information on the cluster. So if your gauge is malfunctioning, your gas info in the digital cluster will be a misreading.

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None of the instruments in the cluster work (Gas gauge, speedomot


It is possible that the connector came off the back of the circuit board behind the speedometer. Do the lights work IN the speedometer and gauges? Could also be that the ground wire loosened up under the dash, usually on the drivers side. Just some suggestions that I thought might help. Best wishes to you.

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Yes, the problem is in the fuel filter

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