Question about 1999 Toyota 4Runner
I thought at first I could help because a fuel gauge showing full all the time is usually caused by a short or the fuel gauge wire grounded. However after all of the efforts it sounds like anything from a sticking float in the tank to wiring problems. You will need to use a meter and trace wires from the tank up then inside to the tank as far as you can go internally. Did you have the furl pump out when you changed the sender? Did you do anything with the float?
Posted on May 10, 2010
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