2005 Chevrolet Malibu "changing fuel sensor" Questions

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...Fuel level sensor circuit harness is open or shorted - Fuel level sensor circuit poor electrical connection - Faulty fuel level sensor in fuel tank (most common cause)P0463 DescriptionThe fuel level ...

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...fuel pump, gas filter, new battery, starter and sensor and car still wont start Car problem started about a year ago, we changed the oil, filter and spark plugs and wires, after that we changed the ...

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2003 chevy malibu that cranks but won't run changed fuel pump, and change engine computer, and moduler, and coil packs. replaced fuel filter, and checked all fuses. please if you can tell me some ...

...The low fuel light is on. The fuel pump was just changed. Any ideas? Need to replace the sensor inside the gas tank. I have a 2008 Malibu with the same problem. It was a faulty fuel gauge

...less fuel. A high or low voltage fault in the MAP sensor circuit should set a DTC P0107 or DTC P0108. If the MAP sensor sends an intermittent zero voltage signal to the PCM, a DTC P0106 will

...sensor Some cars use the fuel injection temperature sensor to also drive the temperature gauge. The fuel injection temperature sensor tells the computer what the temperature of the engine is. There ...

...Tune up or fuel filter can cause the code to set for the knock sensor. It listens for knocking so the pcm can shut the car down. Those very rarely go bad unless it has been soaking in coolant

i have changed the fuel pump tps sensor and it still wont let me go over 1500 rpm ck fuel pressure at fuel rail's,with pressure gauge,, when running does it sound like a plugged vacuum cleaner,,e

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...sensor in exhaust manifold off #1 cylinder .The code is PO133. You should change your fuel filter then do a tune up plugs cap rotor wires if requeried and pcv valve along with air filter. This is if ...

fuel pump and filter the whole ignition thro tlebody sensor and cleaned mass air flow sensor Check your fuses, your main power source has failed somewhere. Sounds like it is grounding out. Retake your

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