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After i fill up my truck with gas i will drive from point a to point b and i notice a change on my fuel gauge. another thing is after about 2 days i am at a half of tank of gas is that normal or could it be something wrong with my fuel sensor inside of my gas tank

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Fuel Sending unit or Evap Sensors or Switches.
You need to follow a Diagnostic Chart, related to the issues your having,to find the problem

Posted on Aug 27, 2010

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Keep topping off will push the fuel tank float off it's sensor limit and eventually short or send OUT OF RANGE reading to the fuel gauge.

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