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Will not accept fuel except very very slowly into the tank

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Vent tube blocked. in filler neck or next to it

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SOURCE: Fuel tank will only take fuel at a very slow rate.

well! you have to check the breathing hose that which is located close to the fule pump its bend and does not allow air out.

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