Question about 2006 Nissan Frontier
You may need a new fuel level sending unit. Check Nissan's help forum. You can get a free login and than will be able to download upto two files a day. Check their service bulletins out. They had a problem with the older Frontiers and created bulletin NTB99-064 check and see if any thing new has come about. This bulletin details fixing a ground connection under the passengerside kickpanel. Your check engine light may be something else, you might check and see if any of your local part shops do free code reads. FYI My 1998 frontier had a similar problem which I ignored until it started blowing fuel pump fuses. Turned out the fuel level sender started to short out and take the fuses.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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