Question about 2000 Pontiac Montana
The switch is bad, they aren't too bad to replace. As for the fuel gauge, thats a seperate problem. Its actually a common problem on the Montanas. You need to replace the sending unit in the fuel tank. I always recomend changing the fuel pump at the same time, its expensive, but it will save you from getting stranded some day.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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Something similar can happen when the float nears the bottom of the tank. Often, the range of motion does not extend to the very bottom, so the float can reach the bottom of its travel while there is still fuel in the tank. This is why, on most cars, the needle goes below empty and eventually stops moving while there is still gas left in the tank.
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