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I have a 2006 nissan frontier v6 my gas gage goes to empty when i fill it up after i drive it about 70 to 80 miles then restart it the gage starts to work again but my service eng light comes on what causes this and how can i reset the eng light

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The check engine light will not go away until the problem is fixed. Good thing is Nissan just issued a recall for this part so go to a dealership and get it replaced at no cost to you. I know your problem because I have replaced mine three times on my 2006 Frontier.

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