I found a recommendation from another blog site about this problem. You don't need to be an expert to fix this problem for free. Simply follow the bellow steps to reset the grounding and the comptuer.
1. Remove the negative cable on the battery
2. Remove the PCM fuse (found in the top fuse box under the hood on the passenger
side) and replace with the same fuse after a few minutes.
3. Removed the ground wire (found under the hood on the driver's side above the headlight bolted to the cross bar that covers the radiator) and sand any paint off of the body of the car at the contact point and also sand bolt and connections.
4. Reconnect the ground.
5. Reconnect the battery. That's it. I had the same problem a while back and this worked for me.
what about it?
I have a 1996 Monte Carlo Z34, and I've noticed that the fuel gauge reading will bounce around whenever the car is tipped up or down as the fuel sloshes around in the gas tank.
i dont speak car!
no power at the sending unit.
Yes it can depending on driving conditions.
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connect a Freon gauge and Freon tank to the low side ac port. After starting the engine and putting ac on high, open the Freon valve. Watch the gauge until the Freon is full.
I don't know if it is or not, why are you asking the internet. Check it yourself.
its on the drivers side of the motor at the front of the motor above the transmission.
chec the plug in on your sending unit on your gas tank
It was made by CZ, or BRNO in the Czech republick.
The fuel sensor is bad and it's inside the gas tank, you have to pull the tank down to fix it.
The fuel sensor is in the gas tank and probably needs replaced, the tank will have to come out to fix it.
only if running the air.
take the gas tank down and replace the fuel sensor.
The float is stuck down at the bottom of the tank or you could have a wiring problem.
It can't overheat the minute it starts as it hasn't even warmed up yet, better check your gauge.
Other than slightly revised gauge graphics and center HVAC/radio controls they're identical
get a oil pressure gauge from the auto store and install it under your dash or where ever you find a place to install it and read the directions on how to install it.
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Assuming it is all original and in very good or better shape, approx. $ 500.
using a can of the proper type of Freon, connect a gauge and the Freon to the low side ac port. With the engine and ac running, open the valve and allow the Freon to flow until the gauge shows full. Read the directions on the can and be mindful of the can, as the out side of it gets cold enough for your hand to stick to it.
Try looking on the side of the left head it should be a one wire sendor, ground that wire to the block if the temp gauge maxs out that means the temp gauge is good.