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So i had a warranty issue with my fuel pump and it got replaced. 2 days later i filled it up. Now the fuel gauge still reads full even though I've had to refill a couple times since then. Anything i can do to fix this or should i dare return back to dealer to have them fix it. (unknowing how long they will have it of course)
 

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So i had a warranty issue with my fuel pump and it got replaced. 2 days later i filled it up. Now the fuel gauge still reads full even though I've had to refill a couple times since then. Anything i can do to fix this or should i dare return back to dealer to have them fix it. (unknowing how long they will have it of course)
They screwed up on the job; I would have them make it right-no question.
 

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Agreed!! You should have taken it back when it first happened.
It could be as simple as a connector being unplugged or it could be a bad sender.

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It's NOT an unplugged connector!
The fuel sender resistance increases as the tank gets lower so unplugged would show an empty tank.
The sender is part of the pump so it is either bad or stuck.
 

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Infinite fuel mod! :)
 

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Wow, your gauge is stuck on FULL! Just think of all the money you'll save on gas!!:yankchain::banplease:
 
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