Question about 2005 Nissan Altima
Fuel gage on 2005 altima is way beyond full. Does not matter if car is on or off. This happened after I jump started the car several times yesterday because the battery had gone bad. I was hoping that a new battery would fix the gage (you never know since there is no voltage gage and thoguht it my be the fuel gauge might be a bad battery indicator) but it did not. Checked and there is no single fuse for the gage, so ruled out a blown fuse. Any other ideas? Maybe the one of the jump starts fried the gage?
It is either the sending unit in the gas tank or the dashboard gauge, either job poses its own challenges take your pick. If it is the gauge if you were lucky in a couple of weeks it will become unstuck in to pegged out position but that is only if it is a mechanical issue with the needle itself wedged in place.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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