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Refueling problem I am recently finding that my Isuzu's fuel tank does not fill to the top (short of about 5 liters). I own a 2005 3.5 l V6 "double-cab" pickup. This also indicated on the fuel gauge, which only gets to a mark midway between 3/4 and full. Any ideas?

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The fuel sending unit could be bad or siezing up once the float gets near the top. The way they work is the higher the float the or lower the float the resistance changes and the information is sent back to the fuel guage. It could either be the sending unit which is located in the tank or it could be a bad fuel guage. The chances of the issue being the fuel guage is a lot more rare though. Good luck and keep me posted. If you found this solution helpful please rate it when you get a chance.

Thanks - Tech101

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

  • Justin Jun 25, 2008

    If you have any other questions please let me know. One other idea to verify that the issue is with the guage or sending unit is when you fill the tank up at the pump make sure it is full by checking the amount at the pump. Was there an issue with my last solution? I thought I provided you with a helpful solution and ask that you please reconsider the rating of thanks for trying.



    Thanks again - Tech101

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