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Gas Gauge

Discussion in 'General Chevy & GM Tech Questions' started by 01.1500.ls, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. 01.1500.ls

    01.1500.ls New Member

    i have a 2001 silverado 1500 and the gas gauge dont always work when im at a dead stop it will go to e and the low fuel light will come on but when i start driving and i shift to neutral the gauge will start working again, but i dont know why its doing that..... any answers will be appreciated
  2. TELORVEHC

    TELORVEHC New Member 1000 Posts

    X2 on the sending unit, could also be a gauge cluster issue.
  3. 01.1500.ls

    01.1500.ls New Member

    thanks alot answers are appreciated
  4. stephan

    stephan New Member 1000 Posts

    Since this changes with the movement of the truck it could also be as simple as a loose wire that is making & breaking contact..
  5. Looey

    Looey New Member

    Not to hi-jack the thread, but here goes...my '99 Yukon gas gauge looks as if it is vibrating whenever the ignition is on. Ideas?
  6. Looey

    Looey New Member

    When I put the cruise on it really goes for a spaz!
  7. Looey

    Looey New Member

    The gauge was fine until I had to have the fuel pump replaced 3 years ago. I should check the diagrams but I'm too lazy and I was hoping somebody else had the easy fix!:)
  8. stephan

    stephan New Member 1000 Posts

    I don't believe in coincidence. If this happend right when they replaced your f.p. then they either screwed up the sender or the wire connection right at the tank.
  9. Looey

    Looey New Member

    You are probably right. Even after they replaced the pump the truck wouldn't start. It turns out that over the course of the truck's life before I owned it, someone had probed the wires for the pump eventually causing them to turn green and break. I don't understand why anyone would poke a hole into a wire to check a circuit and then not seal it?

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