I took my Chevy Tahoe to the dealer to have the fuel pump replaced cause it was making excessive noise. When I got it back, the fuel gauge would go off the guage and then shake when the car was started. The shaking continues while driving. Then one day, I drove about 30 miles and stopped the car, when I went to restart the vehicle, about 10 minutes later, it was a very hard start. I have not had the hard start again but the gauge still shakes while the car in the one position. I have checked the gas cover and it's on tight. The dealer says I need a new gauge cluster as the gauge has gone bad. I feel it stil has to do with their replacement of the fuel pump. They say they did check the pump a second time and all is ok and that their machine is reading a bad fuel gauge but it just doesn't seem right. Can someone help?
have the same problem?
Monday, February 16th, 2009 AT 1:56 PM