I don't drive my Firebird veery much and the gas gage always reads more than full. Today when I took it out the gage bounced all around from full to empty and everywhere in between. I'm guessing a loose connection somewhere and probably a ground is at fault. Anyone ever deal with this and solve it? \Thanks Doug
Sender likely needs to be replaced. Usually a bad ground wire will peg it at more than full.
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Yep probably sending unit But check ground on gas tank strap under car clean it and reattach it You might be able to get to sending unit wire if you ground it it should go to empty unground it should go back the other way to full