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2005 pontiac sunfire hesitates to start after fueling only?

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Check the gas cap vent. If it's plugged, that could affect fuel flow. When was the last time the fuel filter was changed? It could be loaded up and causing too much of a pressure drop; this would be exacerbated by vent problem.

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