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Why my 199 isuzu rodeo gas guage shows blink all time eventhough it is gas tank is full

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Most common is the tank sender fails. disconnect it and check for dash indication to go away, if it does, replace sending unit.

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The fuel pumps for that model were recalled. Mine finally went out and once i replaced the fuel pump the gas gage problem was fixed as well.

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

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