Fuel gauge stuck on full

Asked by May 11, 2017 at 12:24 AM about the 2003 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I own a toyota Camry le
my fuel gauge is stuck on
I've had this car for about two weeks
It's a used
what should I do to identify where the problem is?
Idk If it's the pump or the sense
I have plugged in my ODB scanner.  I have not
codes.  There is only a black circular sign with an
"O" flashing. Which I think it's identifying as an
oxygen problem. Which I need to change the
engine filter I think.  
I do need advice fixing and identifying the fuel
gauge problem.   -aboynextdoor

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73,055

That sounds like the problem is in the wiring. Check back by the fuel sending unit for a broken wire, and check the plugin at the sending unit.

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