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Its def the sending unit, it comes with the fuel pump, auto-zone 255.00, dealer 400+. But, what is so cool is that you do not have to remove the gas tank, there is a door in the trunk (like volkswagons) remove some screws, remove that (under the carpet) then you can remove the whole pump and sending unit, takes about 20-25 min, but keep rags or ? for any gas drips. may need tool to separate the fuel lines and also relieve the fuel pressure if replacement is needed. I was suprised to see the door on a GM. But its a good idea !AnswerYour fuel sending unit is probably bad. This won't affect your car, other than leaving you in the dark as to how much gas you have. Fixing it involves replacement of the sending unit, which often is mounted in the fuel tank on a stem. I haven't needed to do this on my '99 Intrigue, but usually getting to it requires removal of the fuel tank. The part itself is usually about $50-$100. It may be possible to repair the sending unit once you see what has gone wrong and how it is constructed.
Yup, it has one!
Inside. You should always place your rain gauge outdoor in a nice open space where there is nothing to hinder the rain falling directly into the gauge. Mount the gauge vertically and level, and check and empty it after every rain fall.
the gas light is the light right under the gas gauge. it is a yellow light that comes on, just a circle!
It's attached to the fuel pump sending unit, inside the fuel tank.
fuel gauge not working
Not always. You could have a conduit with 10 pairs of 14 gauge wire - not every wire in that bundle are going to be ground. Ground is usually identified as having a green coating on the wire ... sometimes it is just bare copper strands or a solid copper wire.
There are a few different reasons why your temperature gauge always shows that the temperature is low. It may need to be fixed.
The gauge on the far right side of the gauge cluster is your engine temperature gauge. The normal operating temperature is at the half-way mark. If the needle raises above the 3/4 mark then the car is overheating. A light will come on also if it begins to overheat.
Most ear piercings, I've found out, are 18 gauge, (sometimes 20). So I started out stretching to 16 gauge and now I'm going up to 4 gauge!
i have a 1990 ford ranger and my fule gauge always reads full, why?
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Check with manual gauge - if pressure normal - could be defevtive oil pressure sensor or gauge
Your pressure gauge may be broken....If it fluctuates, then you know its not your gauge, but if your gauge always reads 80, it may need to be replaced.
The lower gauge number is always a thicker wire which can carry more current.
Below the middle mark. if you have not removed the battery and the needles poped past the stops. this willmove the temp gauge and place it at a higher reading. replace dash to correct this.
yes it will because they are big
Bad gauge Bad float in tank
it might be a fuse
If your battery was dead and you jumped it to get it started and the gauge shows your not charging you need to replace the alternator.
I can say that Browning started having shotguns made in 16 gauge in the year 1909.Winchester started having the model 12 shotguns made in 16 gauge in the year 1914.so I would surmise that the time frame of 1909-1915 would be the correct time frame for the introduction of the 16 gauge shotguns.
What was the repair? Sounds like they did more harm than good. Could be disconnected. If not, there may be a blown fuse or (worse) a blown resistor in the gauge.
Air bubbles remaining in the system
My Altima had that problem and it was the water pump going out. It started with temperature gauge was moving, but then it started leaking and finally the heater stopped being warm at idle.