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I cleaned my gasoline tank and now when I press on the gas it stalls

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Possibly a kinked hose. did you remove or lift the tank? if so lift it back up and make sure the short hose from the pump is not kinking as you let the tank down.

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The symptoms of bad gas involve a lean misfire, which creates a P0300 code in newer cars, engine detonation and pinging, sputtering and stalling. These occur because the bad gas fails to keep the fuel system clean and introduces contaminants that can clog fuel filters, fuel pumps and fuel injectors. In addition, bad gas can have an octane rating lower than advertised, leading to the aforementioned detonation and pinging.

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Go to your parts store and buy a can of "Seafoam" pour 1/2 of it in with your fresh gas..use the other 1/2 on your next tank of gas.
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