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Tundra fuel gage drop

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Twice now when traveling down a highway, from a high altitude to a lower, my
fuel gage went from 3/4 full to below empty, then return to 3/4. None of
the other gages have erratic readings during this time. Anyone notice the
same thing happening?
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I noticed it happening on a Chevy Trailblazer we dumped a while ago.


"Randy Kalal" <[email protected]om> wrote in message
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> Twice now when traveling down a highway, from a high altitude to a lower,
> my
> fuel gage went from 3/4 full to below empty, then return to 3/4. None of
> the other gages have erratic readings during this time. Anyone notice the
> same thing happening?
>
>
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Mine does this when cold - doesn't get cold in Houston often but we did have
snow on Christmas this year and it was acting funny then.


"Randy Kalal" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> Twice now when traveling down a highway, from a high altitude to a lower,
> my
> fuel gage went from 3/4 full to below empty, then return to 3/4. None of
> the other gages have erratic readings during this time. Anyone notice the
> same thing happening?
>
>
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