Fuel

Asked by Sep 27, 2016 at 11:42 AM about the 2004 Pontiac Aztek AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ok so this car. Grr... I had the fuel lines replaced this past
weekend and a fuel filter replaced. I drove the car yesterday just
fine. It died on my way to work this am. It acted as though it was
out of gas. The needle on the dashboard says empty but my
mechanic that did the work this weekend said the tank was full.
I've put so much money and work into this car. Does anyone know
what could be wrong now?

4 Answers

1,455

Sounds to me that the work done needs to be check for kinked hoses or lines. Good luck :-)

2 people found this helpful.

I'm still having trouble with this Damn car. I was told that the fuel vent in the gas tank was replaced by a bolt??? Is that a real thing? Everything else with the car seems to be okay I just can't get any gas in the tank and it's empty. Thank you in advance for any information.

1,455

Having a bolt in the fuel vent would not be an issue, and I don't know any reason anyone would do that unless they had a bad or short hose.Did they have to bring the tank down to make the first repair?

Yes. He had to take the tank down to repair the leak

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