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I repaced the sending unit and the a new gauge i

I repaced the sending unit and the a new gauge i stiil have problem not reading the gas

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Check the grounds to the guage and sender this is the #1 problem in automotive electrical problems

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My gas hand is going a little crazy, it will go to full and stay a while then move to empty, and I just put a new fuel pump and sender in it, what should I do now ?


I can only think of two possibilities:
1) The Ground Wire (goes from the sending unit in the fuel tank to the frame of the car) is not getting a good connection or
2) The fuel gauge in the dashboard is bad.

If your description means that the change in the gas gauge is random then check the ground wire. If you have a volt-ohm meter, try checking the resistance from the wire where it attaches to the sending unit, negative side. Remove wire from sending unit first. Make sure negative wire on V_O meter is connected to frame of car. Reading should be almost zero. Anything else and the wire you are testing does not have a good connection.
If your description means that you turn the car on and the gas gauge is reading full for awhile and then goes to empty, the gas gauge is bad.

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Put in new fuel pump and sending unit. but my gas gauge doesnt always work. sometimes is does and sometimes it doesnt


if it worked for a short period of time after doing the pump/sending unit the check the connections going to the pump/sending unit they would have been moved around doing the pump

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Fuel gauge reads full all the time,and we did install a new sending unit with new fuel pump


Dont we wish it be full all the time but gas in it. Okay for the sending unit reading full its getting a full ground reading,Key on engine off. does it move and goe down. It should if it doesnt the problems with the gauge itself. 2 test disconnect the wire harness, did the gauge go down. the problem will be in the sending unit can be a hung float(Rare).

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WHEN TANK IS FULL GUAGE READ 3/4 TANK ONLY


This problem is caused by a defective gas gauge sending unit inside the gas tank, to change the sending unit requires that the gas tank be removed from the car to access the gas gauge sending unit.

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Gas gauge does not work correctly.


the sending unit is a variable resistor(potientiometer ) on the fuel pump
its probly bad it requiers a couple confirmation tests prier to dropping your gas tank and changing the pump but I got my money on that sending unit 97% of the time new fuel pump will fix it you coul change just the sending unit but you still have to pay almost as much and its the same job smartest thing too do is change the whole thing

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HI, the oil pressure sending unit may be malfunctioning at this point. this will cause erratic readings. if your oil level is proper and there are no apparent oil leaks, you will need to replace the oil pressure sending unit. this will fix the erratic oil pressure readings.

Concerning the gas gauge. this device also has a sending unit that sends the correct fuel level reading to the gas gauge via wire transfer. this sending unit is located and attached to the fuel pump assembly inside the gas tank. replacing this device will fix this issue as well.

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