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??? Car question? Okay... check and replace the fuel filters. Many vehicles have two - one at the carbuerator and a larger "inline" filter. Mine on a little Isuzu pickup (1992) was right by the passenger side rear wheel well. Running low on gas will let debris get loaded into the filters and also a carb's needle valve openings. Also - newer fuel has that Ethanol **** whis is bad for your engines' top - the valves and such. It also separates from the gas and running too low lets your engine **** concentrated Ethanol - bad for seals. Modern gas is MURDER on older classic car engines and can destroy fuel tanks in many older boats. Thanks, flippin' EPA.
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