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Old 06-12-2019, 08:34 PM   #1
AndrewB23
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Default Fuel Level Sensor Low Gauge Pegged At Full

I recently have been having issues with my fuel gauge being stuck fully up and a constant code P0462 fuel level sensor circuit low input. When it occurred was when I had just topped off my tank and then went home and jack the rear of the car up a little to put in a little diff fluid. When I put it down the code popped up and the gauge was pegged. I took it out and tried cleaning it and putting it back in and still nothing, I even when over some un even surfaces to see if it would unstick and got nowhere. I've been driving for almost a week now, is this common?
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Old 06-13-2019, 10:59 AM   #2
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I believe the fuel sensor has 2 parts. 1 on the pump and 1 on the drivers side. If the entire circuit isn't connected, it won't work.
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