1998 Buick Park Avenue Q&A
1998 Buick Park Avenue Question: Gas Gauge Malfunction
The gas gauge needle has gone past full, all the way around and now sets below the pin the indicates "empty". This happened when I changed the battery. How do I get the needle back around to the proper area so it reads the gas level? - Visitor
Get a strong magnet maybe from Harbor Freight or any good hardware store. Use it to drag the needle back into place. A shop repair for this will cost you $100. A cheap magnet may cost a buck. - Visitor
Use a magnet and put it as close to the needle as you can. Then start slowly moving it to the right pulling the needle to the correct position then start the car and it will lock in the proper position. - Bud Hammond
My gas gauge will not give accurate reading and jumps around. I think it is the sending unit sensor. Can the sensor be change easily or do I need a reapair shop.