Gas guage quit working and low fuel light stays on

Yes it has gas! Minor, Mid-Minor, or Major ($200) repair?

Melvin , you have 2 threads about this . Without actually knowing if your sending unit died or you need a fuse a guess of the repair cost just can’t be done.

The only fuse I could locate was for the entire instrument panel which is working sans the gas gauge

The sending unit on my Riviera was something like $300 so I just lived with the no gas gauge/low fuel warning light for a few years. So yeah, parts plus labor could be anywhere north of $300 depending on what it is you are driving.

$200 is not a Major repair, unless your car is only worth $100…

I had to buy the low grade wiper blades (3) to keep from totaling it during my last LOF/tire rotation

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