Question about 1997 Saturn SL
You may have gotten bad gas. The tanks have sediment and water and whatever in the bottom at the service stations, if the gas was being dumped in the tanks during your fillup or shortly before, water may have been pumped into your gas tank. You cannot compress water in your engine as it will not burn, once the water clears your engine you should be fine with no permanent problems, change gas stations immediatly and maybe use a gas dryer additive to help remove any water that may still be in the tank.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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