Yes, the main tank is continuously fed from your auxiliary tank, but at the ¾ mark you will notice that your fuel gauge will remain above the three quarter level mark for longer. When your fuel gauge drops below the three quarter level mark, it will be a rough indication that the auxiliary tank is empty. The fuel gauge will work as normal from that point onwards.
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