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I have a 2002 Pontiac aztek and the fuel gauge is stuck

I have a 2002 Pontiac aztek and the fuel gauge always says it has a quarter of a tank of gas, its always says that even when I fill up. I have replaced the fuel pump assembly but that did not help.

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Loose body groung or earth.or defective instrument cluster.

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I have a 2004 Pontiac Aztek, It isn't starting. It turns over but doesn't catch to start. Any ideas?


If it's really cold where you are located, it could be fuel line freeze up. I always make sure I have a full tank of gas when it's cold. If you are low on gas, add a can of Heat and fill it up with gas.

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Gas gauge will not work


Could possibly be the sending unit inside the gas tank not sending a reading to the gauge. Sending unit needs to be replaced. Need to remove gas tank and fuel pump and replace sending unit.

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I have a pontiac 2002 aztec and the fuel gauge goes up and down no matter how much gas is n it.


Replace your fuel sending unit, This is located in your fuel tank. And tell your cars computer how much fuel you have, You will most likely have to drop your fuel tank. Best of luck to you.

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My 2001 Pontiac Aztek's fuel gauge works until about 1/2 way through a full tank of gas and then starts reading erratically. Example: drove 400 km on tank (tank usually yeilds approx. 520 km) and it was...


it is one of two things the fuel gauge in the tank is bad or the gauge in the dash is bad...I would check with the dealer to see if they have seen that problem before...they maybe a recall for that problem...

Nov 18, 2009 | 2001 Pontiac Aztek

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2004 Pontic Aztek gas gauge


probably you got a problem with your fuel gauge sender that goes inside in the fuel tank, that sender is only a coil that works together with a fuel lever,if you want to save some money buy it separate from the fuel pump.

Jul 16, 2009 | 2004 Pontiac Aztek

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My 2001 aztek has a fuel guage malfunction most of the time it is stuck on full but the digital read out shows that i have used 7 gallons can this be the bcm or just a censor on the fuel pump


It is most likely the sending unit in the gas tank, this senses the amount of fuel in the tank and relays that info to the gauges and computer.

Jul 14, 2009 | 2001 Pontiac Aztek

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Gas gauge issue


you got a problem with your fuel gauge sender that works together with the fuel pump inside in the fuel tank, that sender is a wire that could be burned and is sending wrong voltage to the fuel meter on the dash board,replace it as a unit or if you want to save lot of money buy it separate from the fuel pump.

May 09, 2009 | 2004 Pontiac Aztek

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Fuel gauge peggs out


Mostly likely you have a tank mounted fuel gauge. If your vehicle is pointing down hill the guage goes up or down. It is usually the fuel level in the tank that makes the float go up to tell you how full the tank is, if fuel is sloshing around then level fluctuates. I would say that if it stabilizes on level ground and at a stop, and you can get a stable fuel reading then this is more of an annoyance than a problem. If you can get an accurate reading and you do not run out of fuel you may want to leave this one alone, you will have to drop the fuel tank and replace the fuel float on top of the gas tank which can be labor intensive as well as expensive.

Jan 09, 2009 | 2002 Pontiac Aztek

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