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Fuel Tank Sender Unit needs replacing


BongoVan
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The fuel guage on my 2007 Ultima constantly reads full. I went to my local Toyota dealer and was told that they could "investigate the problem for me", but that would cost me $270... Just to look!

Has anyone else had this problem?

I am looking at tackling the job myself but would like some information from the Service Manuals on 1) how to remove the fuel tank [as the sender is mounted in the top, and I don't see any access panels in the floor] and 2) if there is some electrical test I can do before hand, so I don't waste my time pulling the tank out, just to find it is something simple, like a bad joint!

By the way, a V6 Ultima gets up to 439.5km from a tank around town, after that your pushing (LITERALLY!!)

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