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Fuel gage wont read past 1/2 mark when using fuel

My fuel gage will read full when i fill up, but as i use fuel it wont get past the 1/2 mark. Is it gage or float in the tank? when i start to get low like 1 gal in tank then as i drive it will go to 1/4 back to 1/2

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It is the pontimeter in the fuel sender you can buy it seperate from the whole assembly and they had alot of problems with them please rate -jeff

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