The gas guage does nothing and how do I check without taking anything apart. And no neither auto seat belt works
have the same problem?
Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011 AT 12:57 AM
When you post replys to the questions you asked please post your answers on the first quesion you asked that way I will get a email alert telling me you posted a answer. Rather then me just happening to find another question you started with a reply to the furst question you started. Go into the trunk pull the carpet back on the left side of the trunk you will see the connector that is for the fuel gauge and the fuel pump. Unplug it and find the side that goes back inside the car not the side that goes to the tank. Turn the key to the run position and adjust the drivers seat so you can see the fuel gauge thru the back window. Then take a jumper wire and jump the purple wire to the black wire if the fuel gauge goes to and reads full then take the jumper wire off as soon as it gets to full. Then you know your looking at a fuel sending unit issue. Now for the power seat belts can hear them make any noise when getting in or out of the car or cycling the key?If not in the inside fuse box on the passenger side look and find a fuse labeled prest I think its labeled a 25 amp one see if its blown and make sure there is power to both sides of the fuse. Let me know what you find.