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1994 toyota pick up fuel guage not working properly

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I strongly suggest that you replace the fuel float for it's surely worn. The fuel float is located above the fuel tank and you will need to pull it down to gain access. The steel rod tends to stuck or the floater itself can be damaged. After replacement you'll be good.

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Posted on Apr 01, 2011

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