Question about 1998 Oldsmobile Silhouette
You need to make sure all your wiring is good especially the terminals in the connectors.Check all the wiring from the front to the back where the connectors hook up.If you know someone with a scanner then you can usually do a sweep test on the gauge and it should show the level reading also.But not all scanners have this ability.If it shows the level reading on the scanner then this would eliminate the pcm.Because it is seeing the data.Throttle position has nothing to do with fuel level.Do you think you have a problem with the throttle position?
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks will check connections and I believe that the throttle position sensor is good. "
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