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Sounds like a problem in the evap emissions system possibly. If the check engine light is on, take the car to an autoparts store and have them scan the computer for any fault codes stored there. This will help narrow down the cause of the problem and end speculation. Hope this helped and best wishes.

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make sure that the little hose is clear of any restrictions and you can blow through it this will be the vent tube for the fuel tank. there is also a check ball that may be lodged in the tank and it is located in the tank right where the fill tube connects to the tank. you should be able to disconnect the tube and move it around with your finger. thanks and keep me updated or if you run into a problem

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vent tube must be blocked off, check the tube first, thanks robert b.

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the most common problem that i see is spiders built a web inside the vent hose off the canister, take a look inside the hose for a web, sometimes thel make it inside the valve, if thats the case then clean out vent valve or replace,the canister and valve are at rear of car near fuel tank.heres a diagram of it,this will help you locate the vent valve,hope this helps.6278b5f.gif

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