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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-29-2014, 06:10 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation Gas Gauge Acting a Bit Funny???

So i noticed the other day when I went to fill my car up i opened my passenger side door if that matters but back to topic I filled it up and got in and turned the car on normally it would go straight to full and stop there. We'll it was stopped a little before full and then I drove a bit and it went to full then tonight I noticed when I started the car the gas Gause was going back and fourth a bit weird and then I drove a little and it stopped and stayed in place at the right place it was as pose to be.... Any idea???
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Mine did that before the sending unit went out
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So what should i do?
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Try GM's fuel system treatment. It is design to clean the sending unit wipers. It works pretty good, at least it did on my moms old Cavalier.

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Yea i just seen you recommend it to a guy for the same problem on here when I was Google in lol where can I find it? Local autozone?
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Might have to get that from the dealer.
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Ugh really...
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Hey SCR3AMZ,

I understand that you have a concern with your gas gauge. I will be glad to look into this for you. Please send us a private message referencing your concern if any extra assistance is needed. Thank you.

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Have you checked into Chevrolet Owner Center? You can maintain service history, check on warranty or recall information, and more. Visit my.chevrolet.com!
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So iv been reading that chevon techron concentrate fuel system cleaner is what really helps clean the sending unit
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