2 things can cause this, one, you have a full tank of gas, hehe and 2, the
wire for the guage is groundimg out somewhere.
"Steven R. Goss" wrote:
> Hi All,
> Have been having a blast with my 55 series 2 -(235 engine) for the last
> week. Other than using a Quart of oil in 500 miles it has not given me
> any problem (other than a messy garage floor). Since I am new to this
> old truck hobby I am finding this list serve to be a great resource.
> I was wondering if you advise using any gas additives at fill up?
> Also the gas gauge does not work. It indicates empty with the key off
> and goes to full when the ignition is on. Is this the sender or the
> 55 chevy series 2 short bed w/ 235
> Steven R. Goss
> Arizona Scholarship Fund
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