Q: Fuel air?

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A "Check gauges" light turns on randomly for a few seconds then turns off, and 20mins later it's on. When I turned on my truck in the afternoon, it sounded kinda funny like a air escape, so I turned off the truck and went to go open my fuel knob, as soon as I turned it, air escaped as if it were holding pressure. What is it? Or what would it be?

My car has 135049 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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