Question about Pontiac Grand Prix
Usually this problem originates from the sending unit, not the gauge. It's unfortunate because the sending unit is located inside the fuel tank. It's even more unfortunate because the sending unit is integrated into the fuel pump assembly, which costs ~$200. Sometimes the sending unit contacts can be cleaned / sanded, but most often, because the labor is about the same cost as a new fuel pump assembly, people opt to just replace it.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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