Fuel gauge is totally inaccurate. Fuel gauge does not move until you drive 100 to 140 miles. Moves two notches at 240 miles. Nissan, on two occasions, tried to fix. Nothing changed. Nissan Fix Hot line stated that this is a "normal condition and no further repairs can be made" Forwarding to NJ Lemon Law.
Honesty by Nissan Service Route 23 Auto Mall Butler, NJ and Nissan North America Would not deal with Route 23 Auto Mall
Any luck with this issue? I own a 2010 Rogue and just had my 4th fuel sending unit replaced (under warranty thus far) Only have 25, 000 miles on it. Issues range from never reading full to running out of gas on the interstate when it says there is over 1/4 tank left. Not sure what to do from here but it is getting old.....
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