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After fill gage doesn't register and "check engine soon" is on

I own a 2007 Xterra and I'm not sure the exect miles but it is around 40,000.Only after I completely fill the tank from empty that this has happened,which is now the second time.At first I thought it may have been a reminder to change the oil but thought it was more than that after it happened again under the same circumstances.There is no way I'm paying $600 for something that I'm not the only one who has the problem with.

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  • sean_riedle Jul 20, 2009

    Thanks.I was thinking aboiut doing that exact thing tomorrow.I don't want to sit on it just in case they won't hepl out if I let the problem stew too long.I"ve only owned the truck for two years,I decided to buy brand new to avoid BS like this....

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If it is 3 years old and under 100,000 take it to the dealer and tell them to fix it and you may e surprized.

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