[DML] Re: Fuel Guage
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[DML] Re: Fuel Guage

If you have the origional fuel sender it should be replaced. They are
notoriously inaccurate and have a high failure rate. In the meantime
use the trip odometer. Reset it when you fill the tank and you can go
about 250 miles on a tank.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

-- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Bernie" <bmanderville@xxxx> wrote:
> All,
> Last Sunday I took the car out with what appeared to be about 3/4 to 
> half a tank of gas,  I drove about 5-8 miles, and when I got home the 
> empty tank bulb was lit.  So I figured I may have driven more than 5-8 
> miles.
> So today I go and fill the tank, and it won't take more than 9.66 
> gallons, according to the pump.  I believe the capacity of the tank is 
> more like 16 gallons, so what is probably broken now?  I hope I don't 
> have to dive into the gas tank.  But, if I do, I will.
> By the way, after filling up the guage reads full.
> Any one have any ideas.
> Bernie

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