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Check your trouble codes, but I'd bet on a bad connection to the tank level sensor. If it's intermittent it's likely to be a bad connection in a plug at one end ot the other. Typically the hard one to get to. Use Dielectric grease on all connections, or you'll wish you had 6 or 8 months down the line.
Posted on Apr 15, 2014
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