Either high water pressure above 80 PSI. or a defective valv.e
AnswerYour gas float has a crack in it gas is getting into the float and it weights down the float so the computer thinks your tank is low on fuel. think of your gas float like float in the toilet bowl....if the float in the toilet bowl has a crack in it. it will stay at the bottom of the tank..same thing with your gas float..itstays at the bottom of the gas tank. Chevy Dealer has the float for $155.AnswerYour gas float has a crack in it gas is getting into the float and it weights down the float so the computer thinks your tank is low on fuel. think of your gas float like float in the toilet bowl....if the float in the toilet bowl has a crack in it. it will stay at the bottom of the tank..same thing with your gas float..itstays at the bottom of the gas tank. Chevy Dealer has the float for $155.Also, had this problem with my '01 Silverado and read about it in other blogs. Recommendations were to add Techron Fuel System Cleaner for $11 to the gas tank. After a few days the fuel tank sensor started working again. Techron cleans the sulphur off the sensor, as advertised, allowing it to pickup an electrical signal and eliminating false or no readings and also shuts off the low fuel light. Worked for me even though I bought a new sensor to install in the tank if this didn't work but it did. Cheap easy fix so far!
When a toilet runs it is due to one of three parts that are worn out and must be replaced - the full valve also know as ballcock, the flapper or rubber tank ball, or worn flush valve which is the part the flapper or rubber ball sits on.When there is no float ball then there must be a fill valve with a different type of float.Shut off the water to the toilet, remove the water in the tank and replace the fill valve and flapper or rubber ball.A toilet does NOT need THREE (3) parts to operateA toilet /urinal does not even require a tank or tank bulb /flapper /discMany fixtures can be flushed with a flushometer that either has a diaphragm / piston assembly and vacuum breaker for safety BUT does not aid in flushingThere are also pressure assisted toilets tanks NO float or water in the tank needed
there is many different toilet tanks that use different fill valves but the concept is the same EXCEPT for pressure assist or (mostly in commercial buildings) flush valves which do not have toilet tanks. When water flows into the tank threw the open valve it begins to fill up the tank and while the tank is filling it is also raising the float which is connect to the valve and when the float raises to a set height it shuts of the fill valve by pressure from the float arm. Pressure assist toilets have pressure tanks inside the toilet tank and uses the pressure from the supply line to flush the bowl, I think they are the best toilets to buy if you don't mind the noise and if you have good water.