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Re: Tip for making your fuel level sensor last longer

Andrew-I like your tip; but can you direct me to a description of how 
to access and remove the sensor?  My dealer has said that my sensor 
is kaput.  It has the opposite "failure" in that it almost always 
reads full.  I almost never have stored it with low fuel, more likely 
slam full.  I'll get well down in the tank and it still shows all the 
bars.  I almost ran myself out of fuel because I was paying attention 
to the bars and not the trip meter.

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