Question about Dodge Pickup
I WOULD START WITH THE CHEAPEST WAY OUT. FIRST GET A CAN OF SEA FOAM FROM YOUR LOCAL PARTS STORE AND POUR IT INTO YOU GAS TANK, THIS WILL COST YOU ABOUT $9.00. IF THIS DOESN'T HELP TRY THE FUEL FILTER, AND THEN THE PUMP.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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