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Sinking fuel float

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bartmc

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well, we got to the bottom (literally) of my fuel gauge issue. The float is stuck on the bottom. I took a piece of wire and lifted it and it moves freely and reads on the gauge correctly. We've determined that the arm isn't stuck, the float is just filling with gas and sinking. Can I just patch it? If so how hard is it to get out?
 

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