If I want to repair the fuel sensor of a '75 camaro, which only
picks up two readings: off-chart to the left, and off-chart to the
right when empty.
I take it that I need to take down the tank first? The assembly manual
shows the sensor to be fixed on the top of the tank.
However, I wonder about my fuel lines... they are metal tubing, which
are not flexable. How should I remove the tank without damaging the
I'm an amateur mechanic... is fixing the sensor doable? I have no
car jack, and would have to do this with the car sitting on the ground.