Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE
On saturday night, I filled my car with gas to where it overflowed from the bottom (never seen that before) and Immediately the gas gage stopped working. Can you explain?
Your fuel pump/fuel gauge assembly are mounted in top of your gas tank probably when you overfilled it popped loose jamming your fuel gauge you will need to drop your tank down and check this (make sure you empty tank first if not its a heavy load )inspect fuel guage assembly for damage and probably just reinstall if not damaged good luck hope this helps you
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