I own a 1998 V70 AWD which is similar to the XC70. The XC70 is also all wheel drive requiring the rear cross member and rear differential be lowered in order to lower the gas tank. The fuel level sensor is mounted in the front of the gas tank and cannot be removed until the gas tank is lowered. The fuel level sensor is on the left side and the fuel pump assembly is on the right. This is a job best left to professionals as a vehicle lift and special equipment is required such as a lifting table and post jack to lower the rear end and the gas tank. I am a Volvo Technician and in the process of replacing a fuel pump in a 1999 XC70.
1997-2206 JEEP TJ Wranglers have the combination fuel pump assembly and fuel gauge sending unit located inside the gas tank. The gas tank needs to be unbolted and removed to access the fuel pump assembly.
Inside the fuel tank with the sending unit for the fuel gauge
Check engine water temp with a thermometer -- Replace temperature sending unit
Remove oil sending unit and replace with a mechanical gauge to check oil pressure
It's not fused separately. If your fuel gauge isn't working, you either have faulty wiring to the gauge, or a faulty fuel sending unit.
I believe that is Motorcraft DY961
Sounds like (& usually is) bad sending unit in tank.
Follow the main hose that goes from radiator to engine block. It is on engine block between the main hose connected to engine block and a pullye. The heat gauge wire is snapped on the sensor. Remove the wire and replace the sensor.
The electric fuel pump is inside the gas tank with the sending unit for the fuel gauge
Bad fuel sending unit in tank however it is part of the fuel pump assembly
The fuel tank has to be removed to gain access to the fuel sending unit. The fuel sending unit and the fuel pump is replaced as a unit.
There is no reset button for the fuel gauge. Something is either wrong with the gauge or the sending unit in the tank.
Be sure you are replacing the temp sending unit for a gauge application. The parts counter person may have given you one for an idiot light.
either the guage is malfunctioning or the fuel pump sending unit is stuck.
YOU SEND IT TO A AUTO MOBILE STORE OR CAR SHOP AN DTELL THEM WHAT THE PROBLEM IS.
Probably either the sending unit or a loose connection.
The 4.3 temp sending unit for the gauge is located in the drivers side head between spark plugs 3 & 5.
It is probably your fuel sending unit gone bad. Have seen multiple posts on this problem.
Either the sending unit in the tank quit, orthe fuse blew, if the gauge is at the extreme empty or full, that could be a faulty ground somewhere on the system
I'm not 100% positive but odds are the problem is a resistor on the sending unit which unfortunately is likely located in the gas tank on that and most newer cars, you would have to change the sending unit.
Front drivers side of the engine. Behind the alternator. Hard to see and get to. It has a white plug with one wire. Fords oil pressure sending units are not real sending units. Your oil pressure gauge is a glorified idiot light. Its either on or off, always in the middle. I put a real pressure gauge in mine.
My quess would be oil sending unit went bad or oil pump or bad gauge.
Pump, filter, and level sending unit are one part, yes.
-faulty oil pres. sending unit -faulty oil pump
Bad fuel gauge sending unit. Unfortunately this is part of the fuel pump / sending unit assembly that is inside the gas tank. New ones are very expensive. I have had good luck with fuel pumps from a salvage/junk yard. See "Related Questions" below for more