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What type vechicle many things cause rich fuel mixture check code if you see check engine light flashing could have bad sensor like map sensor faulty egr valve faulty mass air flow sensor.faulty oxygen sensor.weak ignition coil.bad fuel pressure regulator.if you have carburetor engine could have stuck closed choke valve or float in carb gas soak sticking causing engine flood.

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