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I had a PO463 code on my '06 Jeep Cherokee. The gas gauge went from full to empty and low fuel light along with the check engine light came on when I started the car. Instead of rushing to have it fixed I filled the car and set my trip meter to zero. After about a week I noticed that the gauge would stay at a certain level before going to full and then drop to empty.This morning the gauge stayed at the 1/2 mark but the check engine light was on. I filled the car with gas and when I started the car the gauge read full and the light was off. I drove about 20 miles with no more problems. What happened? We had a temp of below zero weather for a few days, which isn't normal for my area, and I think water in the fuel froze on the level switch and then after several days it thawed. Saved myself 6-800 dollars waiting a while.
Posted on Jan 20, 2014
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Posted on Sep 22, 2014
Hello. There are several possible causes of your issue. Replacing parts to find the root cause is an expensive route for you. Why not drive to an AAMCO and have them give you the free computer scan which may pinpoint the issue. On the otherhand, nothing may show up. To prevent running out of fuel be sure to maintain a log of fuel use. Good luck. Joe
Posted on May 22, 2010
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