Question about 1992 Geo Tracker
These trackers are notorious for the wiring to the sending unit on the top of the fuel tank rotting. My bet is this is your problem and not a fuse. If you do drop your tank and your luck is anything like mine :( you will see there is allot more in need of replacing. I replaced my tank and sending unit due to all the rust. Somewhat costly but in the long run it was worth it. you may be able to just replace the sending unit by removing the screws on the top of the tank and dropping in a new one but mine was so far gone I could not get the screws out. If your wires to your sending unit are rotted I would bet your wires to the fuel pump are not in very god shape either.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
Fuel tank have to come down
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would check the fuse first, and if that isnt bad, there is a float in the gas tank that sends a message to the gauge to how much gas is in the tank
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
Hi, this could be as simple as a blown fuse. It could also be because of failed general parts. i would first check the fuse box to make sure all the fuses are good then, i would check the wire connections on the back of each gauge to see if they may have become lose or separated form the housing.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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