Jul 072011
 

The problem I have is that 1. my fuel gauge does not read how much fuel is in the tank and 2. the information center does not tell me how many miles i have left in the tank and 3. my check engine light is on. I had my step-father who is a certified mechanic but not for GM check the code and it said something about the fuel pressure. I believe that the fuel pressure sensor is out. He told me to fix the fuel gauge I need to replace the fuel pump which is $300-$500 depending. Well I believe that all I have to replace is the fuel level sensor and the fuel pressure sensor. Is my thinking correct or do I have to replace the fuel pump? Thanks for any help you can give me.

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  2 Responses to “2007 Chevy Malibu Fuel Level”

  1. Well, Both of you are correct. The deal here is that the Fuel level sensor is mounted on the side of the fuel pump and only comes as one complete unit. And the price is fair for the job.

  2. I have a 2005 Chevy Malibu classic with a 2.2 echotech enine.II have replaced my fuel pump and filter and now I have no psi to the fuel injectors so the car wont start.Is there a reset for this car or do I have to have it reset via computer?

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