Does my truck have a low fuel light indicator?

Asked by Feb 08, 2016 at 08:25 AM about the 1989 GMC Sierra 2500 2 Dr K2500 4WD Standard Cab LB

Question type: General

What does this indicator mean? (It looks like maybe Low Radiator Fluid, but it's
next to the fuel gauge. Could it mean Low Fuel?) I just got my truck so I'm not
up on what's what on the dash yet. I'm running the truck low on fuel to see if
there's a low fuel light anywhere. Thanks for your help.

3 Answers

22,845

See this below, it probably is the low coolant lamp. I think that the lamp on the left side that looks like a gas station pump is your low fuel light. Get yourself an owners manual , download it online, good luck. http://repairpal.com/low-coolant-level-warning-light

Owners manual for my year truck not found online - I already looked everywhere to download one online. Apparently, you have to buy a used hard copy somewhere.

22,845

OK, definitely worth doing, how much could that cost?! Did my answer help you, if so, please mark that helpful or best answer. Thanks.

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