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I have a nissan Murano that Im unable to fill the fuel tank. it is always takes half tank. how can I resolve this.

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I had same issue when someone once tried to siphon gas from my tank and left a tool in the filler tube. i would check there first. make sure some mischievous kid didn't drop something down there. otherwise check your owners manual for tank capacity and carry a gas can with you. you should get around 250 miles to a full tank. run the tank low and refill. your gauge or sender may be faulty. call a dealer with VIN on hand, explain the problem, could be software issue

Posted on Apr 01, 2014

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no im not sure why they would do this
just to make sure they fix it.
did they test it or just give you an estament?

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I had the same problem. My battery was going bad. When I replaced it with a new one, the fuel gauge worked fine.

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If the reset does not work, you may have to inspect the float device inside the tank that goes up and down along with the fuel inside the tank. It may not be aligned or needs replacement.

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hi, try to check if the fuse is ok, if not then you must have some problem on your fuel sending unit, you may need to replace it for it may be faulty, it happens when its too old, hope this helps.

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change fuel filter first,

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