Gauges may be telling drivers they have more fuel than they actually do
Posted by Autos on MSNBC.com
Federal regulators are investigating 865,000 General Motors Cosport utility vehicles for potential faulty fuel gauges that could mistakenly tell drivers their vehicles have more gas than they do.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on its website it opened a preliminary investigation covering Chevrolet Trailblazers, GMC Envoys, Buick Rainiers and Saab 9-7s from model years 2005-2007 after receiving 668 complaints alleging inaccurate fuel gauge readings. Read Full Article Here