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Fuel Gage When I fill my blazer with gas the gage goes to Empty and the fuel light comes on, after I have drove it 50 miles it will go up to almost full. Then just a radom times it goes back to empty and the light comes on. It is not empty though.

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This is a faulty fuel level sensor. it can be replaced seperate from the pump assembly . tank will have to come out to repair

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