My fuel gauge is erratic. I was reading I should check the cluster fuse before actually looking at the sensor, etc. in the tank. Has anyone else had an experience of only one gauge not working due to the cluster fuse?
Before going down that road I found something else. There is a known issue with deposits from the gasoline effecting the sender. Buy two bottles of Techron 2 gasoline treatment. Immediately before filling the tank put one bottle in. Repeat with the second bottle on the following fill up and see if cures the problem.
I bought it and I am going to put it in my tank in the next couple days. Will let you know! Fingers crossed!I agree on adding the additive, it is a good idea a couple of times a year, the Solstice fuel senders are very sensitive to any corrosion and it is not un common for them to act up like you have described. I have not had the issue yet with my cars, but I add the addative 2 times a year now.
Good luck, and please tell us if it works or not.
Thanks so much!!The turn signal switch no canceling is a common issue with Solstice, Sky & Chevy Colbalt's (and a few others GM cars that use the same switch) The GM P/N is 20940099 and you can get it for around $25 or so delivered from amazon or other retailers. It is simple to change and if you have any mechanical ability takes 30-40 minutes to replace. You can find many videos on line to show how its done.
So not related to the fuel gauge issue. I had to change the one on my 2009 coupe last year.