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I have the same problem with my jeep, i was told that the sensor in the fuel tank should be checked, so far i have just gotten use to using my spedometer gage, i have calculated that i can go 400k on a full tank of gas(20 gallon tank), so everytime i fuel up i push the button so it goes back to zero and just watch how many klicks i go , This will help you till you get your fuel gage or sensor fixed

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