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Trip computer shows - - - and flashes a picture of a car with an arrow pointing to a petrol point. The manual states contact hyundai. Its where the miles til refil needed normally is. The car is actually a hyundai coupe 2.7 v6 but they dont have that in the drop down menu. Thanks Joe

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Hi the chances are you have got a problem with the fuel sender unit in the tank this is a common problem and it will need changing if this is the fault, the best thing to do would be to get a diagnostic check done because without the diagnostic machine you would not be able to reset this light after you have changed the parts you need to change

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