97 bon'eville fuel gauge issue

hi,
i see there is a tsb regarding an issue i have with my 97 but i cant find the actual tsb to read. the gas gauge says there is more gas that there really is. the the needle on gauge itself moves smoothly upon
startup so i imagine the issue is with the float in the tank. i would like to confirm this before dropping the tank as it seems like a pain to do this. any info on this situation?
tia, peter
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peter wrote:

The TSB covers gauges that stay on full for longer than they should and then read high after they drive around 100 miles. The cure is to re-flash the PCM with the latest calibration code.
Easy way to test for that is to connect a good scan tool and see if its reading of the fuel level corresponds to the gauge level. IE if the scan tool reads the level at 50% and the gauge reads over a half tank the problem is likely the programming.
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Steve W.

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There could be several that would apply.. Take a look at this link
http://www.alldatadiy.com/TSB/48/974816fe.html
You cant get the TSB's free at this site, but with the numbers you may be able to find them somewhere else. Or just subscribe
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