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Fuel gage

My fuel gage will stay on empty anf the low fuel lite stays on when I first start up and then after 5 min. it will go to 1/4 gage and lite goes out and then a few mins. later it will go up to correct reading.

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  • Anonymous Dec 24, 2008

    I have the same problem.  Sometimes when i start the truck the LOW FUEL indicator comes on, but when i close the drivers door, the fuel gauge moves to Full and the LOW FUEL indicator goes away.

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They get gumed up(more so if they have sat for awhile) other than pulling them out of the tank. the easyest thing to do is add some antiguming fuel additive to your gas. it takes some time. It will losen them up.

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