So, fuel gauge not working,in fact it is reading full or very nearly full. I have convinced the wife to top off the tank every 200 miles to be safe. Pulled the sending unit and found no problems except the O-rings looked very dry and cracked , put it back together and ordered new ones, wow the gas smell was real bad, would not let her drive it , so O-rings have been replaced,$13.00.
Now she still complains about smelling gas, and says she has all along. I cannot find the source of this problem. Have been looking over the fuel delivery and all fuel related 'things' , suggestions?
I would not even try just the seals (again), false hope. If it is leaking, get a brand new one.
Its worth the try, I replaced a leaking EHA with new o rings and hasnt leaked
since 2007. Cost me a whooping $4.00 at the dealer on top of it. Sometimes you get Lucky.
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