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hondaclub

Honda Fit GP1 fuel meter issue

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Got the fuel warning today and pumped from the usual gas station. However the fuel gauge (meter) is not moving at all and the fuel alarm still there. Anyone experienced the same? What could be wrong?

appreciate your help guys. 

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12 ltrs. I never had issues even when I pumped lower than that. I pumped as soon as the alarm came. 

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1 hour ago, hondaclub said:

12 ltrs. I never had issues even when I pumped lower than that. I pumped as soon as the alarm came.

Tomorrow morning check. Most probably it will get updated....😃

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It’s not a joke dude. The forum is there to help each other. You can keep quite if you don’t have any info. 

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Hi

I had a slimier issue with my GP1 2011 and finaly  realized that if its very low on the tank you need to fill at least 10-15 liters to get rid of Waring. I used to fill the tank with 1500 LKR to get rid of the Waring and now it is 1700 LKR. so try to fill another 5 liters and see if its reset 

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On 10/10/2018 at 11:46 PM, hondaclub said:

It’s not a joke dude. The forum is there to help each other. You can keep quite if you don’t have any info. 

I am not joking bro.....😃. I am actually helping you. My good friend Mr. Vernon Silva (who is over 80s now....) also has a GP1. He told that when he pumps fuel at the shed the fuel meter won't show. But in the next day mornings usually the fuel meter shows the correct value. Based on his experiences only I have told you.....😃

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Hi , maybe the float getys stuck at 'E-'  W

hen you continuously keep next to no juice in the tank,.

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1 hour ago, tilvin said:

I am not joking bro.....😃. I am actually helping you. My good friend Mr. Vernon Silva (who is over 80s now....) also has a GP1. He told that when he pumps fuel at the shed the fuel meter won't show. But in the next day mornings usually the fuel meter shows the correct value. Based on his experiences only I have told you.....😃

Thank you tilvin and sira. It was a great tip and it fixed overnight lol. I usually pump half tank soon as the alarm comes and it was weird this time. Hopefully it remains the same way. Here you go a virtual beer 🍺 lol

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