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There is a breather tube to the tank either running up the filler tube or from the fuel sender/pump unit make sure this is connected , has no holes etc, check the fuel filter and replace if in doubt . you hav'nt said what your vehicle is most modern vehicles are self bleeding if air in system unless there is a leak/blockage hope this helps

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