Pontiac car, truck, or SUV enthusiasts have become used to a certain level of dependability when driving their Bonneville around town. Car aficionados know that good looks is built into each Pontiac, and know that only top quality replacement Bonneville parts will suffice when maintenance needs to be done. Obviously, you bought your Bonneville because you understood you would be getting performance and great value both rolled up into one automobile. When your Pontiac Bonneville left the factory, it was destined for a driver who values an American name in their automobile.
You can't get the best combination of fuel efficiency and engine output without great fuel delivery parts. Located inside the gas tank is your Pontiac Bonneville fuel sending. The fuel sending unit provides an outlet pipe for the fuel that your engine demands, and sometimes includes a return pipe for any unused fuel to come back to the gas tank. All fuel sending units have a float attached to an arm on the unit that goes up and down as the amount of fuel in the tank changes. A resistor connected to that arm modulates a signal sent to your Pontiac Bonneville fuel gauge showing you just how much gas is in there.
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If you're thinking about replacing your gas tank, or if your gas gauge isn't reading correctly, then you need this fuel sender.