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Gas Guage The gas guage on my 1988 Suzuki Samurai reads full when I fill the tank, then after only 35 miles it reads only !/2 full, what is the cure for this?

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Its the float in the tank i have the same problem. it also does it when it gets to 1/4 and could be empty.

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