1999 Honda Passport Q&A
1999 Honda Passport Question: fuel gauge
You may have a problem with the fuel level sensor located inside the fuel tank of your 1999 Honda Passport. Corrosion can build up on the sensor causing false readings. If this is indeed the case in the passed I would have generally recommend replacing the sensor. But now, before replacing the sensor you may want to try adding some Chevron Techron Plus at your next fill up. The Techron Plus has special cleaners for this corrosion issue and we have had good results using this product. You must use the Techron Plus additive - the anti-corrosion product is not yet in the Chevron fuel with Techron. If the additive does not correct your problem please have the system properly diagnosed before replacing any parts. - Oakman
The fuel level sensor may fail resulting in erratic fuel gauge operation and illumination of the Check Engine Light. Replacement of the fuel sender assembly i...
My fuel guage on dashboard is not working accurately...after I fill up, it will show as empty with fuel light on. What needs to be fixed or replaced?
the park lights will not go off--i pulled fuses and light switch--no help fuel gauge wil not work---is all this related??????