Q: Q: How do I read the fuel gauge?

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How do I read the fuel gauge?

The fuel gauge is located on your instrument panels, and displays how much fuel is remaining in your vehicle’s tank. When the fuel gauge is approaching the E (Empty), you should refuel your vehicle as soon as possible.

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