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Old 06-27-2014, 10:27 PM
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1988 f250

I have an 88 f250 that both tanks are reading full. They started about the same time... I think. Would this be the sending units on both or is it the switch sensor valve?
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Can you help I have a 1996 f250 xl,It does the exact same thing.Please if you can send me instructions on how to check ant the volts it should have also the rear tank nly stays on for about 20 seconds.
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