Question about 1990 Pontiac LeMans
Fuel gauge doesnt work replaced sending unit still doesnt work
Sounds as if the wires are not connected and the float is stuck a ground wire or power wire is not making contact remove and reinspect both .would love to hear how you made out but 1 st check the fuses to ensure the fuse is good
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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It sounds like a problem with the fuel gauge sender unit in the fuel tank which has worn out and gone open circuit and needs replacing. Access to the unit is usually through a removable plate in the floor in the rear of the vehicle. Disconnect the wiring connector and any hoses and then remove the securing screws. Replacement is done by reversing procedure.
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