Make: Hyundai | Model Example: 2007 Santa Fe | Avg. Mileage: 91975 | Job Number: 456228
Erratic Fuel Level Gauge, Fuel Guage Not Working
Fuel Level Sensors
P0464, P0463, P2068 for the fuel level sensor. There is an erratic fuel level gauge.
Random open circuit in one or both fuel level sensors. The sender with the fuel pump sweeps from 105 ohms empty to 4 ohms full. The sub sender sweeps 95 ohms empty to 4 ohms full. The senders are in series and any open circuit will set “High” codes. Recommend they be replaced as a set.
Replace full set of senders instead of only replacing one.
Save time and a chance of a return customer by replacing all senders when needing to replace one.
Most Popular Fix:
Replaced/Repositioned Both Fuel Level Sensors, Replaced Fuel Pump / Sending Unit Assembly
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Also applies to the following Makes and Models:
2007 Sante FE 3.3, 2008 Sante FE 3.3, 2009 Sante FE 3.3
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