Question about 2002 Oldsmobile Silhouette
GAS GAGE & TEMP GAGE ? WORK PROPERLY ALWAYS MOVES UP AND DOWN NOT KNOWING IF THEY ARE RIGHT CAN YOU HELP????
The problem is usually one or the other. Both get 5 volts from the engine computer. If the problem is the gas gauge, you'll have to change the sender in the tank. Generally, an aftermarket pump/sender unit is $150-175. Get one and drop the tank to install. The temp gauge is another matter and it could be dirty coolant. If both are going nuts together, you'll need a new computer. Junk units are fine.
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