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where is the fuel light?

i always fill up my truck are empty but no fuel light where is it? on my other ranger it is a gastank light on here i dont see it. i have and 03
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on some, the check gage light comes on
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on some, the check gage light comes on
its on the top left corner
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ohh ok
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ohh ok
you should have anywhere from 2-4gal left when it comes on, sometimes less then 2gal, i know mine is very weird.
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my "check gage" light comes on when theres 4.5 gallons of fuel left in the tank.
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WTF is up with 'Check Gage' anyhow???

Is Ford illiterate? There's plenty of room on the light to stencil in 'Check Gauge'. Dumbies


Main Entry: 1gage
Pronunciation: 'gAj
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, pledge, reward, from Anglo-French -- more at WAGE
1 : a token of defiance; specifically : a glove or cap cast on the ground to be taken up by an opponent as a pledge of combat
2 : something deposited as a pledge of performance
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ok so the check gauge light is the fuel light
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Yes sir.


*nice sig
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*nice sig
i felt it is appropiate ill take it down if ya dont like it. just pm me
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WTF is up with 'Check Gage' anyhow???

Is Ford illiterate? There's plenty of room on the light to stencil in 'Check Gauge'. Dumbies
"Gage" is an acceptable alternative spelling of gauge. I wouldn't have chosen it for use on an IP but it is correct.
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i felt it is appropiate ill take it down if ya dont like it. just pm me
nah, it's cool lol

makes me laugh every time i see it
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