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GUEL GAUGE DOESN'T WORK ON 98 HONDA PASSPORT - 1998 Honda Passport

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If you meant fuel guage, most likely the sender unit inside the tank has a problem. To test, find the wire going to the sender and ground the wire briefly to see if guage needle goes up. If so, replace sender.

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The problem is most certainly the fuel level sending unit - not the fuel pump. However the mechanic was right in a sense that if you're going to pay the labor cost to drain and purge the gas tank to replace the sending unit you might as well replace the pump at the same time, since you have to take it off to get to the real problem.

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your sending unit in the gas tank is bad. You most likely already priced a new one that you can only get with a fuel pump. {around 275-300 dolllars}. I found the sending unit by itself on ebay for around 40 dollars. Just go to ebay and type in 98 99 00 01 02 rodeo passport fuel sending unit and that should take you to the guy I'm getting mine from.

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