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Many things will do what you are experiencing, and the Hutch mod should clear it. It's on my list, but not a biggy. Part of the problem may be the sending unit itself. Assuming I do my part and fill it up right, my gauge is pegged full for roughly 70 miles, and then the first quarter is gone by 140. I watch the gauge move, and it's disturbing at first. If I don't do my part and fill it up on level ground after taking my time to throw in additives, and only putting the set lock on the middle click, then I see different results. I'll be pegged for 20-30 miles and that first quarter tank will be gone well before I hit 90. Huge difference in results, the only change being level ground and my patience.
2002 F250 CCSB 4x4
PHP Phoenix, John Woods VB, NUC bypass, 6637
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