Hey guys So I take the Stang in for a few things yesterday: Fuel Gauge Problem Passenger Airbag light issue Upper strut bearing TSB (popping) The issue I'm having with the fuel gauge is that whenever I fill up, 90% of the time the gauge will go to empty and I'll get a "DTI error" on the message center and a "fuel low" warning. This only happens the first time I hit the key after a fill-up. The second time its usually normal. So, the service rep calls me today and asks me what kind of gas I'm using. I tell her whatever I can find... She proceeds to explain to me that I need to utilize a few botttles of the Chevron Techron additive to clear up the problem and from this point forward use only Chevron Techron fuel. I asked if Ford was going to provide me with the additive and of course she said no. She goes on to explain the reason for the Techron is that several of the fuel suppliers have a high sulphur content thats messing with the fuel gauge sending units and that the Techron cleans it off. Ok, I dont have a problem buying a few bottles of Techron to put in the car, but I do feel theres an issue of Principle here. The refiners throughout the country are required to produce a fuel that meets certain National guidelines / Standards / Specifications. The Auto manufacturers in turn are required to design their associated fuel systems to operate with a product developed under the same guidelines / standards / specifications. So, obviously Ford dropped the ball in their fuel system design department and in turn they're telling me that I need to use a specific brand of fuel and purchase extra additives as a band-aid for their design flaw. Has anyone else experienced this?