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2000 plymouth voyager. 2.4L. wont start when gas gauge reaches 1/4 tank. within the last couple of wks ive noticed that it idles high when you first start it and now it wont start when the gas level reaches 1/4 tank. if we put more gas in it, it will start. what would cause this?

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Hi it is proble emty at 1/4 tank your gage is proble off try at 1/4 tank to fill tank all the way up an check an see if how many gal. you put in it an check your owners manual to see what size tank an that will show you if the gage is off !

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