Question about Toyota Corolla
Until you have your fuel gauge replaced, you can use a car computer such as the Scan Gauge II to remotely monitor your fuel levels through the car's OBD II port. A link is available below to the Scan Gauge home website.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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I had the same problem with my old 1987 Chevy blazer s10. The problem was the ground wire of the fuel tank was rusty and it broke. So simple was the problem. But before that, I checked and change the fuses, the fuel filter, the oil pressure switch (this is related to the fuel pump to) and finely when a was ganging the fuel pump saw that the ground wire was broken or damage.
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