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Sean at the pump....(and more) (archive)

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Posted by Sean on June 16, 2000 at 13:17:10:

In Reply to: Gas Gauge Problems... posted by Sean on June 16, 2000 at 10:21:22:

Guys, thanks for the responses, I think I know what the problem is...

First off, the key is ALWAYS in my pocket when I get out of my car (gas or no gas). Totally paranoid of someone jumping in and running off with the car!

Secondly, I feel the senders have blown, which means I may be fixing them due to warranty being over! Either that or try to pass it by my friends at VOB (Dealer). Good thing two of the service managers there have our intake in their car...might work?!?!?!?

Thanks again...

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: 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...


: Sean

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