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1993 GMC Sierra 3500 HD Base Reg Cab 135.5 WB C5B

1993 GMC Sierra 3500 HD
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fuel guage reads half full then goes right to empty
what sending unit will be bad front or rear in a dual tank system
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fuel guage inop
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