My fuel guage does not operate on my 05 TB. Does this mean the fuel pump needs to be replaced? or the fuel guage sensor? How much should this cost?
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2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer
Question: 2005 Trailblazer Fuel Gauge
matte November 11, 2009, 09:54Master
Sorry to say that I think this is one of those common problems with GM trucks--the fuel gauge is controlled by an element on the fuel sending unit, which is integral with the pump. The entire module often needs to be replaced.
Answer #2luvindaoutdoors November 14, 2009, 06:54Rookie
matte is absolutly correct....95% of the time it is the fuel sending unit. This is located in the gas tank. this is a common GM problem. Unfortunatly it gonna cost around $500-$600. I just had this done.
ReplyVisitor, November 29, 2010, 12:55
What would happen if I don't get this fixed? will this just show an incorrect amount of fuel or would it cause more damage?
ReplyVisitor, January 31, 2011, 15:56
I have the same problem with my 06 tb and now when i start my car cold, it sounds like something under my car is hissing hella loud 4 a few seconds. i just keep a gas can in the back in case i run out and hope the fuel pump doesnt go out 4 a while lol.
I'm only 20 and i've had 2 dig up a couple grand for repairs, only owning this car for a year.
I've changed the power steering unit, a bunch of wheels on the belt shaft, a catylitic converter. My heater works whenever it decides to, i put it in 4wd on the freeway and it was throwing me all over the road, and if i use reverse in deep snow it yanks my front bumber off.
IF U HAVE THIS CAR SELL IT AND MAKE IT SOMEONE ELSES PROBLEM B4 ITS 2 L8
I WANNA GET GOOD INSURANCE JUST SO I CAN TORCH IT