It sounds like you got some rust in your tank that corroded the fuel sending unit as well as the in tank pump. Other possibilities would be the fuses. Check them all to make sure none of them are blown. Depending upon where you live, a mouse or squirrel might have chewed through some wires and tubes to build a nest. It could be numerouse things, but I would check the simple ones before dropping you tank.
I am putting 3 liters on my xe. it is exactly in its full gauge.
receiving gauge is to receive the part/component as per fitment, orientation, & strength etc. for next assembly of the part.
First check your oil gauge. if it is in correct gauge of oil try to over size your radiator. toyota lucida was design for the strret of japan so for a humid country you need to oversize your radiator.
Your temperature gauge does not work, and the engine might run rough.
Just to the left of the Oil filter towards the front of the engine.
The gauge check light is just a reminder to check your gauges.Probably your fuel gauge is below a set point.Just put gas in it and it will go off. Rember..its not the check engine light...
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Have you checked the gas floater in the gas tank?
Check engine light : Gauge cluster without tachometer ( under the engine oil pressure gauge ) Gauge cluster with tachometer ( just to the left of the battery voltage gauge )
I had this happen on my 2003 Sequoia while under warranty. I was a defective gauge and required replacement. Type your answer here...
maybe fuse or the sending unit. hope that helps
A boost gauge in an internal combustion engine has the role of a pressure gauge. The gauge indicates the manifold's air pressure or a turbocharger or supercharger's boost pressure.
Could be bad news. Have it checked for a cracked head gasket. I had a similar problem with mine -- had to replace the engine.
The dashboard symbols on the Toyota Corolla as well as other vehicles are designed to help you know that your car is running properly. You will find your engine light, oil gauge, hazard lights, and blinkers with your dashboard symbols.
When I had this problem with my 1999 Toyota Solara, the issue ended up being a faulty oil pressure sender unit. The 2001 Toyota Camry uses the same engine (and very likely the same sending unit) as the 1999 Toyota Solara.
It's not supposed to be on. It comes on when engine reaches certain temperature. But if you see that temperature gauge is going in the red area you need to check the fan relay, its fuse, and the temperature sensor.
Your engine coolant temperature gauge has a sensor ( there is also a engine coolant temperature sensor that is used for the computer / PCM )
Possible causes of gauge not working. Faulty gauge Blown fuse. Open circuit in wiring to the gauge. Temprature transmitter in engine faulty. ( most probably the actual fault ) Lack of coolant in the engine.
You may have a sticking thermostat. Find where the radiator hose leaves the block and tap the body with a screwdriver handle when the engine starts to overheat. If the engine cools itself you need a new thermostat.
With a compression gauge.
It could be a faulty gauge, a faulty sensor, or a wiring problem. What engine do you have in what year car?
If your oil pressure gauge is high you have to much oil in your engine. Overfilling your engine can result in you blowing out your gaskets.
Yes, key on, engine off, the fuel gauge should work.