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Old 02-21-2011, 08:13 PM   #1
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Question problem fueling up

When trying to fuel up, it pumps about .10 at a time, I've been told it might be a vent plugged up,,,,, how,why,what,where,,,,,,,,,,,Help!!

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Is there any truth to the performance chips I read about for better mileage,& horsepower

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It's a common problem and there isn't any definitive answer to it. Try backing the nozzle out a little and see if that helps speed things up.
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fuel problem

It's not a typical problem,,, it just started for whatever reason,, I litterally pump .08-.10 cents at a time, it takes me about 10 minutes to pump 20 bucks of gas
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