Question about 2006 GMC Envoy Xl
After starting, the fuel gauge goes to full then drops down to empty within a mile or two of driving. Had the same problem at 42,000 miles and had fuel level sensor replaced under warranty. Vehicle now has 91,000 miles and the same problem. Dealer wants $350 to $400 to replace sensor again. How difficult is it to replace this sensor? Part price?
The sending unit for the gas gauge is in the fuel tank and part of the fule pump module, it is not sold seperately. price around $350.00, 2 hours labor to install the part. see photo
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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