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1996 f350 with dual tanks

This truck wont start intermitantly.when it acts up the fuel gauge will read way past full and ther wont be fuel press,after it cools down the gauge will read right and it will start and run fine THANKS

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There was a recall on some of these dual tank valves. Call a dealer with your VIN number and ask if yours is involved.

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