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Fuel gage not working .Gage goes up and down even when full of gas. Any suggestion, 180,000 km thanks Tony

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The sending unit is bad and it is internal to the fuel tank. Does not appear to be available separately but only available with the fuel pump as a complete unit. Bad news... it is quite expensive. Two part suppliers I've checked run from $286 to $321 (depending on the warranty), plus you'll have to drop the fuel tank to install it or pay to have it done. Might be a tough decision to decide if it's worth repair or just to live with it.

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