Question about 1998 Chevrolet Tahoe
When the ignition is first turned on, the fuel gauge bounces around erratically.
Could this be a gauge, or sender issue? I know Fords ran an "anti-slosh" module for a while. Does GM use such a thing?
Make sure your ground from the sending unit in the tank is good. it is usally rusty a few years from being on the road. you will need to remove it. put a new end on it and reattach it if it is rusty. if it is not rusty you need a new sending unit in the gas tank.
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