My fuel gauge has never worked right with 10 gallons left the low fuel light comes on. Now its coming on with 16 gallons left. I have always reset fuel used when I fill up. What part do I need to fix this?
Did you get anywhere with this? Mine is slowly starting to do the same. Light pops on around 14.5-15.5 gal used. Very annoying. Wondering whats the least painful method of testing/changing the float assembly. Lift bed or drop tank?
Not yet. I just run it until the DIC says I've consumed around 20-21 gal and I've driven at least 350 miles. Filling up usually nets around 22-23.5 gallons depending on loaded/unloaded weight. I'll probably hold off on taking the truck down until I've got a decent amount of work lined up. It will be needing brakes all around in 5-6k miles along with a trans service, filters and a few mounts. Might do it then. Ill update if/when I get around to doing it.
2006 LBZ with 187k miles
Hey everyone. I’ve had an intermittent P0128 code for the last couple months. Sometimes it’s on, sometimes it’s not. Hooked up my obd2 scan tool and my truck will not get warmer than 160 at idle. I couldn’t even get it past 170 today. Ambient air temp is 62. Proper...
First post here. Some info about the truck. It’s a 2007 GMC Sierra 2500hd classic body, bone stock, no upgrades. I’ve had a 4 straight on it before and it never blew black smoke at all, up until I needed to pass emission. Reinstalled the stock pipe with the catalyst. Ran the...
Noticed this leak after just driving regularly down the road thought it was ac but I still have ac the next morning it was some sort of green fluid, it sprayed all over anyone know what hose this is ? And why it blew.
Hello guys, my lbz has always made a whine noise when I am decelerating. If I give it any throttle the noise goes away. Only modification is a cold air intake.
Possibly the turbo???
Thanks for any opinions
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