You have the same symptoms as the the first request. It is an indication that the fuel sender unit (which contains the float) is becoming defective. There are no other parts in the system that monitors fuel level but this part. It is located inside the tank. If you do not have the experience to do this work, have a professional mechanic do it. Make sure that they are insured for any damages to your vehical in case of accidental fire caused by a static spark. It happens in the cold weather months.
Sunday, January 14th, 2007 AT 11:11 PM