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My fuel gauge does not read right when it is below zero

(2004 Buick LeSabre)
in Waupaca, WI on February 26, 2014
My fuel gauge acts up when it is zero or below. It will generally read fuller than it is, but when the weather is above zero it seems to be okay. What do you think? Ground? Faulty sensor?
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of G. T. Service Center on February 26, 2014
In my opinion it will be the sending unit.
on February 27, 2014
Move to a warmer climate. We had a high of 83 degrees Wed.
on March 28, 2014
of G. T. Service Center on March 28, 2014
on February 26, 2014
The cold messes with everything I would just make sure it does not get really inaccurat
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