2011 Nissan Murano LE AWD
It's too coincidental that this started after replacing the fuel pump. There's two fuel level sensors--one on the pump itself and also another on the other side of the tank (passenger side) that has a wire that runs across to the fuel pump assembly. Maybe the connection has come loose or there's some other connection problem going on in there. Or, perhaps installation error.I'll be driving MO for at least another few months and I really don't like looking at the "no fuel" light being on. If it stays off, great...I guess I could always pull a fuse if it's isolated, but I doubt it is. If the needle hadn't dropped to E after filling up, I really wouldn't care about this glitch - I always use the trip set anyway to see how far I go, and to generally see how far I can go on a tank of gas. It comes down to just being curious as to why the fuel reading is acting so spordically. Again, I could understand it under-reporting fuel if stuck and the needle shows 3/4 when it's should show F. But how, when stopped doing nothing, does it go from 3/4 to E? That's what I'm not grasping. Could it actually be the fuel gauge that's crapping out? I like finding answers.