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When fueling put about 2 gallons in then can only pump 2 or 3 tenths at a time what would cause that?

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My friend had the same issue on his. Turned out to be a bent/kinked tube (relief) on the fill-neck or at the tank/neck connection. I'm uncertain exactly where it was located, but his symptom was the same as yours. Hope this helps, good luck

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