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Why getting excess air in gas tank? when opening gas cap expulsion of air realeases every time. After about ten miles the car begins to hesitate as if you were putting your foot on and off the gas. It runs better on an empty tank of gas than a full one because it has more room to build up that air.

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Youg tank shouldn't build up air.It has a vent or vent hose by the filler sout which maybe pluged or abstructed in some way.......Hope this helps.

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