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2005 Xterra fuel sensor bad and service engine light on!!!

Ive had my xterra for 4 years and ive experienced the same issue as others i fill up and the light stays on E and the service engine light came on... i took it to pep boys they want to charge me $300 for the part and $200 for labor!! Absolutaley insane, they claim that the gas tank has to be dropped in order to get to the part that needs to be replaced...I agree that we should all complaint about this issue obviously is a continous problem. I love my xterra and will like to get it fixed but $500 is out of my budget at the moment and i dont think we should have to pay for the repair if we are all have the same problem!!! Lets come together and complaint!!

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I dont have a solution, but i have the exact same problem with my 2006 xterra. when i fill my tank, it appears as empty, then it takes a day or two for it to register as full. and not only that, ive ran out of gas twice because the gauge didnt register as empty, on the gauge it still registered as a quarter and 1/2!

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