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2004 chevy venture. i know the fuel sending unit is bad because the fuel gauge bounces around. but the low fuel light came on today and i put in 18 gallons of fuel. so guess my Q is ... is the low fuel light part of the fuel sending unit?

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Yes it is there is two wires on it it works with the gauge i tryed fixing ares and i did for about two months

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