Originally Posted by 1970Ronnie
I just got my wife an 2005 GT Convertible auto trans. It runs good has 91-k miles. The other day after a hard rain here in NC. She was driving it and was doing fine then all of a sudden the Low oil pressure warning started displaying and the oil pressure gauge was showing "0". Then same time the Low Traction warning was on then the Low Brake Fluid chimed in, then Low Coolant, then Check Engine came on. The car is running fine the tach and speedometer is working, the oil is pumping no knocking or any thing.. I cut it off let it sit for a few minutes then started it back up first few minutes was fine and all normal then it started again with low oil pressure low brake fluid low traction and the car was sitting parked at idle. the traction control on the dash is showing to be off as well. Any Ideas?? Besides a gauge cluster issue??? Should i try and scan the check engine code?
The codes on the scanner were #P0463= "Fuel level Sensor A circuit high". And #P2068= "Fuel level sensor B circuit high".
Now this morning the oil pressure guage was reading fine and none of the warning chimes or displaying was on the info center
"Normal" like it should be. I used the SCT to clear the codes and it seems to be fine. Now it has been sitting since Thursday afternoon any clue as to why it did this, recon it was from getting something wet and it needed to dry out? I have read somewhere on the inter web that if you splash mud and water on the back end it will screw up the sensors and read false codes is this happened to anyone here??? Thanks for any feedback or help you can offer.