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Check gages fuel gage going up and down

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SOURCE: 2001 Pontiac Montana Temperature Gage and Fuel Gage malfunction

sending unit or float in gas tank, check if any broken wires or well plugged in and then check the float for the gas.

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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SOURCE: 2003 Avalanch fuel gage

You have a problem with the stepper motor gauge that Chevy used in the 02-06? Avalanche. All the gauges use the same stepper motor. They just go wonky and do all kinds of weird things. I have replaced two on mine already and two more are now acting up. There is a guy selling the motors and the repair for this problem on E-bay.

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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Before you replace the sending unit try a bottle of Chevron's Techron Concentrate Plus to 12 gallons of gas in the tank. GM now recommends the use of a fuel additive (GM Fuel System Treatment Plus - part number 88861012) at each oil change which will help dissolve sulfur deposits on fuel tank sending units which causes the fuel gauge to go wacky. But Techron does the same thing as GM's additive and is widely available at auto stores and Walmart. See their site:

http://www.chevron.com/products/ourfuels/prodserv/additives/tcp.aspx

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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SOURCE: "2004 chevrolet cavalier check gages light stays on."

Look for which one of your gauges that are not working. You may need to take it to the dealer to find out exactly why. Could be a bad sensor somewhere.

Posted on Jun 09, 2009

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SOURCE: The entire gage panel (speedometer, fuel level,

96 Dodge caravan. speedometer,fuel gage and temperature gage first flickering then ok for 4 or 5 months then happened again and few months they don't come back at all. my mechanic is stumped. changed all the relays. (used parts). checked connections. now my ac lights are blinking, abs and check engine lights on.i need help any ideas. obviously i would get another car if i could.

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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My fuel gauge is not working, have a 70 Dodge Challenger, have replaced sending unit in tank, dash unit, voltage limiter and checked continuity between wires to gauge and sending unit, and made sure dash...


Only thing I can tell, with all you've checked, is the power to the gage isn't there. If the tank sending unit ground to frame is not connected, the gage will go past the full mark. No power to the gage it will stay at empty side. Power goes from fuse to gage, gage to sending unit and back to gage. Make sure the fuse is good on both sides of it. The gage just isn't getting power from the fuse.

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2001 Pontiac Montana Temperature Gage and Fuel Gage malfunction


sending unit or float in gas tank, check if any broken wires or well plugged in and then check the float for the gas.

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