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Ive had a lot of cars in my 23 years of driving- I have never had one with a fuel gauge issue to my knowledge. I filled up at the gas station and my fuel gauge now shows 1/2 full. I parked the car and it had somewhere around 1/4 tank and when I returned from work 9+ hours later and started the car I got a low fuel warning- not thinking much about where the gauge was when I parked it that morning I went to gas station and the pump shut off after 15 gallons. One more issue to add to the list.
 

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after several days it seems they resolved by fuel gauge issue- I still don't know exactly what they did other than replace the float.
 

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Did you ever find out what the issues was? I just got my left fuel sensor replaced because it was not reading correctly and it seemed to have made the problem worse. I was driving on the highway, one second it shows almost half a tank the next it dropped down to zero and after I put in 20 $ it's still didn't read any gas.
 

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Did you ever find out what the issues was? I just got my left fuel sensor replaced because it was not reading correctly and it seemed to have made the problem worse. I was driving on the highway, one second it shows almost half a tank the next it dropped down to zero and after I put in 20 $ it's still didn't read any gas.
they fixed it. It had something to do with a fuel sensor and some cable or something that was wrapped around something in the fuel tank that prevented the float from rising properly. The write up was hard to follow on the receipt, but the issue is resolved.
 

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they fixed it. It had something to do with a fuel sensor and some cable or something that was wrapped around something in the fuel tank that prevented the float from rising properly. The write up was hard to follow on the receipt, but the issue is resolved.
My issues was resolved, apparently it was a loose grounding strap in the engine housing.
 
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