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Old 10-24-2006, 08:41 AM   #11
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That figures. Well, I think it may be time to let her go. I can't keep fixin thiinhgs. I dson't have the money to keep putting into her. Still need to fix the UIM and LIM too, and don't even know if that is for sure my stalling problem yet.
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Originally Posted by tallbump
Yeah, it just fluctuates while drivig. It seems to "settle" while driving. I have just never seen a car vary so much while driving. I mean you see more than a 1/4 tank differnece most times. I really don't like that.
Hah, mine has been doing that since I bought the car!!! hah, I just kinda go with whatever it says when I'm cruising.

Most times I could be at a half tank and accel onto the freeway and it will show a ful tank, and then will go down to empty and then go to half (normal) again. I'm not worried in the least.
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