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Thread: Fuel Gauge Stuck On Full

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    69Chateau is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Fuel Gauge Stuck On Full

    Anyone have any experiences fixing a fuel gauge stuck on full? 69 Deville Convertible. Took it out of its looong Minnesota winter slumber. Everything is working perfectly except the fuel gauge.


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    Re: Fuel Gauge Stuck On Full

    Broken or disconnected ground. Check the tank sending unit harness first.

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    Re: Fuel Gauge Stuck On Full

    I would not touch it... You will never have to buy gas again...HAHA
    like Jay said...

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    69Chateau is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Fuel Gauge Stuck On Full

    Right, perhaps its a gift from above! I hope its something easy like a bad ground. I'm assuming its near the sending unit? I'd get out the shop manual, but I'm in Switzerland and it is back home. Getting a head start on my research!


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