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My gas gauge hasnt been reading the gas level right. I would fill the tank and the gauge will say empty, I drive a 2004 malibu. What can be wrong?

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THERE IS A RESISTOR ON THE FUEL PUMP MODULE THAT IS GOING BAD YOU WILL NEED TO PULL THE TANK AND REPLACE THE FUEL PUMP MODULE

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