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Where is The fuel level sensor located on a 2005 suzuki reno

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Inside the gas tank.

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You can read the manual for 4 bucks (no year posted ,wow)

not only that it shows how to test it.

amazing facts,all in print for every car made called the FSM.

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The Fuel Level Sensor is in that stalk that has the Fuel Pump attached to it at the bottom.

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Sam the A/T trans in all cars is the most complex of all
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    look at both sides of engine.
    one side has a starter. (all engines)
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