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Fuel does not work is there a fuse? how to dianoctis? thanks marcel

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The fuel gage is inop for one reason 99% of the time, that is that the fuel level sender for the gage is defective, the level sensor of course is inside the fuel tank, on this model the fuel tank must be removed to replace the fuel level sensor or sending unit as some call it.

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