I have a 2000 Camaro SS with 60,000 miles.
I've only owned the car for 2 weeks now, and am on my 2nd tank of gas. After I got this fill-up, I went into the trunk and dug out the CD changer connection to hook up to a factory Delco changer I picked up. After I moved all the carpet pieces around (It's a convertible, not sure if the hardtop has these pieces lining the trunk, I'd hope not) and found the wire and put everything back together, I now notice that my fuel gauge wants to read over full all the time when it is on now (whether it be running, or just have the key turned to ACC). It will still go to empty when turned off, and this morning it actually moved down to under full for a little while, but I drove it later and it was back to over full again. I don't think that there are any wires in the trunk that are connected to a fuel gauge sensor, but I don't know what else would be different now since it didn't do this until I dug around in the trunk. It could just be a coincidence too, but I don't know what else to attribute it to.
Also, in the convertible where do you hook up the mounting brackets for the CD changer, I cannot find anything to hook them up into.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, December 26th, 2006 AT 2:24 PM