Question about 1999 GMC Yukon
Locate your GAS TANK and the float terminal! Usually 1 wire is connected to this float terminal. After you found it turn on the ignition and ground the wire terminal to any expose metal on your car, don't worry there will be NO SPARK at all, the FUEL GAUGE should move to maximum level! If NOT, check the wire leading to the main harness connector, check if there is a DiSCONNECTiON. if the wire is okay, YOU GOT PROBLEM on the GAUGE itself and needs to be checked by your dealer or the nearest garage technician! Hope that might help u out! Taaah!
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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