Re: [DML] Fuel Gauge Needle Drop Rate
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Re: [DML] Fuel Gauge Needle Drop Rate

I have the same problem with my gauge/sender.  I'm even lucky if it will go all the way full after I fill it up.  I don't know of anything to fix it.  I've tried a couple of things short of dismantling the sender.  I have a theory that it is because of the shape of our tanks.  The fuel has less area towards the top and the level drops faster until it gets to the 3/4 area where it acts normal.  Perhaps a sender's sensors could be adjusted to accommodate this?  I'm not sure.


  -------------- Original message from "Shannon" <birdwells@xxxxxxx>: --------------

            When I fill up the fuel gauge needle show full but after just a few 
miles it drops at a fast rate to about 3/4 of a tank. Then it seems to 
drop at a normal rate. Does anyone else have this problem and can it be 

VIN 16113


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