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My fuel gauge needle is going down an up i cant tell how much gas i have left any more what can be the problem with my 2002 nissan maxima gle

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  • slydenjr Sep 02, 2009

    I replaced the sending unit in the gas tank cause I though it was the floater but its not cause I still have the problem

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It means that your floater in your gas tank has to be replaced. your gas gauge light sensor will light up and when this happens you will have around10 or 12 miles before tank runs empty.

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Full sensor needs replacing it`s in the gas tank

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