Question about Rover Cars & Trucks
You may have a fuel pump issue. my advise would be to check the fuses and make sure nothing is blown and the check to make sure the fuel pump is working. also you could check to make sure the gauge is moving when you add fuel to it.
Posted on Dec 14, 2016
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