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Hello. My battery was dead this morning and we had AAA jump start it. After the jump start the fuel gage shows empty. The dealer says the battery needs replaced but that the computer shows the tank is empty. On 8/10 I put 13.10 gallons in the vehicle and have driven it less that 30 miles. Has anyone else experienced this type of issue?
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Hello. My battery was dead this morning and we had AAA jump start it. After the jump start the fuel gage shows empty. The dealer says the battery needs replaced but that the computer shows the tank is empty. On 8/10 I put 13.10 gallons in the vehicle and have driven it less that 30 miles. Has anyone else experienced this type of issue?
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Did you take the vehicle to the dealer?


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Yes the dealer currently has the vehicle. He acted like I was crazy when I said the tank is full. Said only way to tell is to take the seats out and look in the tank. I have my fuel receipt.
 

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Yes the dealer currently has the vehicle. He acted like I was crazy when I said the tank is full. Said only way to tell is to take the seats out and look in the tank. I have my fuel receipt.
Really. I would ask them....."Is the tank hidden where you can't tap on it?"
Unreal...don't let them charge you anything for checking your fuel level.
 
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