Gas Gauge Light for a Toyota Corolla (2010 Model)

Asked by Jan 07, 2013 at 06:18 AM about the 2010 Toyota Corolla LE

Question type: General

I was driving to work the other day and and I needed to get gas.  The gas light is located on the right-hand side of my dashboard and it is bright orange.  Not sure whey it is not working now and I will to get it resolved ASAP.  Do you know of anybody that is going thru this same ordeal'  Thanks for your help and I hope to hear back from you about this matter'

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Probably just the bulb. Problem is that one is not all that easy to get to..but you can sign up at: .......... ...and get lots of help, owners manuals, service manuals....have the VIN# of your car ready...I don't know what it is but with my Corilla I go through so many light bulbs everywhere, brake light(s)...turn signals...more than normal, but fortunately for me never a dash light

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I own a 2006 Corolla, and haven't had to replace one light yet. Also have a 1995 Corolla, had to replace the backlight for the console shifter. That wasn't a fun job.

I bet it wasn't. A fun job that is. I don't know what it is with my Corolla..bulbs just keep going's not expensive, mostly not difficult, I deal with it as it happens

You have a thirteen gallon tank. Assume you are getting at least 25 miles to the gallon, simply top off when you've driven two hundred miles, and screw this imprecise measuerment. Besides we all know that you should not run the tank empty, because number one, it will suck any crud into the pickup tube and number two, fuel pumps need the fuel to keep cool and would not surprise me one bit if you came into the shop needing a new fuel pump, because you let it get dry and burn out.

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