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Re: Replace the Fuel sensor unit (archive)

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Posted by Chet on June 16, 2000 at 11:29:04:

In Reply to: Replace the Fuel sensor unit posted by Dan Wang on June 16, 2000 at 10:52:36:

If the problem doesn't resolve itself after car is shut off/turned on 5-6 times, it probably is one of the fuel senders, which are located under the rear seat (2 of them; car has a gas tank split left to right and if one of the senders is broken it will read as tank empty). Warranty repair if you're still under warranty. If not I think it's around $300 with labor to replace.

: This has happened to me 3x so far.

: The dealer has to replace 2 sensors in the car.

: Dan

: : I have a 95 M3 and filled the car up last weekend (empty light on) and the gas gauge is still showing the light on.

: : I put $28 of gas in the gauge showed full, then the next time I drove it (2 days) it keep showing the empty position and light. What gives??? Anyone else have this funky gas gauge problem on their M3...

: : TIA

: : Sean

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