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When i put gas into the won't take it. i replaced filler neck but not rubber hose to tank. still won;t go. any ideas?

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Sounds to me like someone has played a nasty prank on you and stuffed something down your fuel hose. Get on old metal hanger and straighten it out to gently poke down the refuel hose. There may just be something jammed in there.

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