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My gas light came on and so I filled my car up 3/4 tank at the local gas station. Immediately after my car started missing - like it wasn't getting enough fuel. Could I have gotten bad gas or is it another problem that started? How do I fix?

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Could be bad fuel, not likely. If you let your car run low on fuel frequently, it could just be the filter plugged, or the fuel pump.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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