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:-((( On TOPIC: new stalling problem for my Blubird...I let

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tank get into the red. I filled up 10.6 gal of gas at a 76. As I drive , I sputter, jump and stall the entire way home. What is this about? Never had this problem before. But I also never let the gas tank get below 1/4 of a tank. I had to keep my foot on the accelerator. Even when I was driving the car would sputter and jump then die...in mid drive...

The car had a major checkup 1500 miles ago (2 months)

Any ideas?

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Guest Anonymous

Check your fuel filters, you probably sucked up some crud out of the tank (may need to flush tank also) Thats my guess.

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Guest Anonymous

The ol fuel filter is always suspect especially if you get sputtering, missing, etc when you mash on it or are going up hills etc -- or any load situation.

best of luck!

-z

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Guest Anonymous

What about the fuel return tube inside the trunk (at the wall, next to the fuel fill funnel). I tossed some stuff in my trunk once, dislodged this and had a rough ride home. It was resolved immediately upon reattaching the return tube at the wall.

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Guest Anonymous

...pull a spark plug and see if there's a faint orange/brown color on the ceramic part. If so, drain the gas tank.

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