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Hi everybody! I haven't found this particular problem in other threads. My 95 f350 pwrstroke fuel gauge goes past full on either tank when full. It takes a long time to come down off "full", and will fluctuate when going around corners. By the time tanks are nearing "empty" the gauge is registering normally. I've cked ohms on sending units & seem to be ok. Fuel gauge works, just shows overfull and fluctuates at times. Is there an "anti slosh" module on the dash like cars have? Could this cause my problem? Thanks, Barry
 

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My '97 F250 fuel gauge works almost like yours. Mine never has fluctuated going around corners but will when stopping or starting out fast from the fuel sloshing. It takes a while for my gauge to go down because I top off to the very top of my fill spout. I travel at least 100 miles before it starts to go down below the "F" mark.

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An anti-slosh module would HIDE this problem - not create it. You have a small bad or dirty spot on the sender. Click this & read the captions:






...and no: there was no factory anti-slosh module offered in these older trucks (other than motor-home chassis) up to (at least) '97.
 

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Thanks for replying, Dan. It's good to know I'm not alone.

Thanks for the tips, Steve. I'll try the suggestions. I've been in the hospital since posting the original problem, so it'll be a few days before I can try. Barry
 

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BTW
If you want to ADD the anti-slosh module (for the low fuel light), it's relatively easy & cheap. Read this & the NEXT several captions:

 
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