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slygray1

2013 GT500 fuel gauge problems

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Has anyone seen the code P2068 on a check engine light? Mine through the code yesterday. Looked it up and it has to do with the fuel gauge. I filled the tank and the gauge still shows 1/2 full. 

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Yes that is the way it looks. What pain. The parts aren’t cheap either.

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On 4/26/2018 at 9:35 PM, slygray1 said:

Has anyone seen the code P2068 on a check engine light? Mine through the code yesterday. Looked it up and it has to do with the fuel gauge. I filled the tank and the gauge still shows 1/2 full. 

Did you fill the tank with the key on or the engine running ? GM vehicles do things like this if you do ???

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The engine was not running and the key was off. At first the Check Engine light would come on when the gauge hit  1/2 full. I was able to clear the code , but it round come back. Now the highest it will read is half a tank. Sounds like the tank will have to be dropped and the sensor and or the fuel pump replaced. I’m hearing it is a unit.

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10 hours ago, slygray1 said:

The engine was not running and the key was off. At first the Check Engine light would come on when the gauge hit  1/2 full. I was able to clear the code , but it round come back. Now the highest it will read is half a tank. Sounds like the tank will have to be dropped and the sensor and or the fuel pump replaced. I’m hearing it is a unit.

You might get lucky, some cars have an access hole under the rear seat.....

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I should be so lucky.

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Yep, access panel under the rear seat.  Check youtube.

Tom

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The car is in the shop now getting fuel pumps and modules replaced.

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