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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go have a look at the feul filter (prsuming its deise and that it is the only light staying on after startingl) under there will be a little white butterfly nut loosen this nut and see if water or diesel poors out of there or alternatly replace the filter easy to do ,or do what every one else does and diconect the wire ,but there is always gonna be a result from not doing it correctly,good luck
Posted on May 17, 2009
Check all fuses with a test light. If all good, you will need to diagnose each circuit. Look for the temperature sensor, disconnect connector, ground test light and touch wire. Check to see if the gauge move. If it does, you will need a new sensor. Basically the test is the same for fuel gauge. Disconnect connector at the fuel tank and touch contact and see if gauge move. If it does, the sending more than likely is at fault. Make sure you test each wire as there will be a few. Use proper jack stands anytime you work under a car! Let me know your progress.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
im not an expert but my chevy s-10s fuel gauge didnt work for like a year! and my fuel pump just went like a month ago replaced it and voila i have a fuel gauge again!
Posted on May 22, 2010
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