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Gas gage say e but there is planty of gas in the

My gas gage shows empty when i know there is planty of gas in the car

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Likely the float inside your gas tank has a hole in it and has filled up with gasoline causing it to sink....or it can be a wire disconnected....somewhere.....check your fuse panel first to be certain it is not a blown fuse...

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