Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Western MA
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So I got into an accident with my late '99 7.3 back in November. The truck has been sitting all winter while I aquired parts and got it back running again...In the accident the truck sustained only some front end damage: bumper, drivers fender, radiator support, t-case - mostly stuff onthe underside of the font of the truck.
I noticed when I started it up for the first time back in probably late march or April that the fuel gauge went right to full even though the tank was no where close to full. What would be the most likely causes for this to happen? I have looked at the wires running from the tank up to the front of the truck looking for any that may be broken. I didnt notice any but I'm not that good at electrical stuff so I may have missed something. Is there anything else I should be looking for specifically?
Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks!
'99 F350 xlt eclb srw auto 7.3 4x4:
S&B, 4" Flowmaster, A-pillar gauges, TS 6position w/ PHP, HPx, Wicked Wheel, 33" Destination M/Ts*2011 MATPA Street Diesel champion!
'95 F250 xlt rc srw auto 7.3 4x4:
260cc inj, K&N, A-pillar gauges, fass, T-500, BD modded turbo, Boost fooler, TS 6position, modded IDM, traction bars, 35" Fierce Attitudes, 8" mitre cut, D60
'02 F250 lariat ecsb srw 6-speed 7.3 4x4