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Takes FOREVER to pump fuel! Seems vaccum locked!

It takes me fifteen minutes to pump 2 gallons of gas in my car! Seems like its full. It is a 2004 Suzuki Verona. Could this have something to do with the fuel system recall? Is this dangerous?

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Check you vent on your gas tank it is most possible on the top side check for a clog and take it to an expert if that dosnt work

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