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Porsche wont take fuel

Sometimes when i put fuel it seems like the fuel chute is closed. it spits fuel back out and i have to trickel it it there and eventualy it takes the fuel. is there a simple fix or is this a shop job?

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I'd think it was a malfunctioning charcoal canister purge valve

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But assuming it didn't overheat, and the spark plugs are wet with fuel (as opposed to water) - sometimes a defective coil will short out only when it gets warm (most time they short all the time). They can be tested.

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2. Look around underneath your vac for screws... look carefully because sometimes they are sneaky and hidden in weird areas like under the wheels, etc.
3. Take screws out stick them in order on tape turned upwards. (remember how you took them out.)
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Check to see if filter is clean.

If your vacuum has a bag, check to see that it is properly mounted.

Sorry I couldn't be more specific but it would help if you would specify what type of vacuum you have, whether you are using the hose or just the floor part, and where it is spitting the dirt from.

Hope this helps. If not, let me know the answer to the above questions and we'll go from there. Good luck!

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