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Q: How do I read the fuel gauge?

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How do I read the fuel gauge?

A: The fuel gauge is located on your instrumen...

The fuel gauge is located on your instrument panel, and displays how much fuel is left in your gas tank. When the fuel gauge displays that you are nearly out of fuel, then you should add gas to your tank as soon as possible.

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