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I cant tell how much gas i have.and when i start up it says i have half then drive a little it gose down to the last line.

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Sounds like there is a problem with the float in the fuel tank. replacing this is labor intensive and expensive. usually you have to buy the entire fuel pump assembly about 200$ that is just the part. so if that is the only problem you are having i would just keep up with the mileage rather than spend the money fixing it.

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  • kflets Apr 07, 2011

    that is probably not the correct one for that price that is probably just the pump. the entire assembly would consist of the pump, strainer, fuel sending unit, and the float which seems to be your problem area. this is usually considerably more expensive

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