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Old 11-23-2010, 07:51 PM
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My '04 SLE has had a totally unreliable gas gauge for a year or more, always full or empty. I've been using the trip odo and the fuel-used monitor and no probs. I'd really prefer to have a working gas gauge. I've viewed the lever replacement you tube, looks like the way to go with just the gray lever replacement. Any reason to go with the full pump replacement for a 99k Bonnie? Any other ideas?
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last i knew the level sensor on the fuel pump was no longer available seperate. i ended up getting a whole new pump for mine last year for $350 from GM
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