Float in tank is stuck or defective gauge Sounds like the sending unit is stuck in the full position.
check for broken wire from fuel sender unit in fuel tank to gauge. check fuel sender unit for proper operation. float may be stuck in the tank then check fuel gauge
The most common cause for a 2002 Toyota Highlander's gas gauge to be stuck at three quarters of a tank is a faulty sending unit. The sending unit is designed to detect the current fuel level and relay it directly to the gauge.
you will have to drop the fuel tank and remove the pump gauge unit. it maybe stuck, broken wire, or simply bad.
Sounds like a bad gauge sensor or a bad tank sensor (or both).
Could be bad gauge or float stuck in fuel tank
i have 1991cutlass supreme v6 my digtial gas gage stuck
the gas tank float may be stuck or damage.
check sending unit in tank and check gauge for proper operation and connections, and grounds
Bad gauge or stuck float in tank
The gas gauge sensor is most likely stuck. It is inside of the tank and over time it will get corroded.
More often than not, a fuel gauge problem is usually a faulty fuel gauge sending unit in the fuel tank.
If it is stuck there it means that your float in the gas tank is stuck or you have lost power between the sending unit and the fuel gauge. If you are not an experienced mechanic don't try adding power to it because you can and probably will cause the gas tank to blow up.
The float that tells your gauge how much gas you have may be stuck or there is a problem with the system that sends that information to the gauge.
Float could be stuck in the tank or the ground wire on the tank is broke.
You first need to discover what is wrong. It can be the gauge, the sending unit (the part that measures the gas in the tank), or some associated wiring.
Bad connection, blown fuse, or the float in the tank is stuck.
its proabley the float located inside the gas tank...could be stuck
The fuel gauge could be getting improper signals from the fuel sensor. The sensor is located inside of the fuel tank.
Yes, but if your gauge is showing full when it isn't, then it's probably either a bad gauge or a stuck floater in the tank.
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the sending unit may be stuck
either the guage is malfunctioning or the fuel pump sending unit is stuck.
my gas gauge is not working what could be the problem
Bad sensor, stuck float, bad connection somewhere between the sensor and the ECM.