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After the garage fitted a new petrol pump, the fuel gauge has been inaccurate. It is going back next week for the fouth time. Is it just trial and error, or are they doing something wrong. It is only obvious when I fill up, then they make me wait until it is almost empty before I take it back.

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Sounds Like When They Changed The Pump They May Have Messed Up The Fuel Sending Unit They Are Very Fragile

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