Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: Dundee, IL
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What it may have done, is the gas cleaned up some of the deposits that diesel fuel leave behind. These then have clogged the inlet screen at the bottom of the pickup. There is a bypass above the screen that opens up and allows fuel in if the screen get's plugged. This is what it sounds like to me. Problem is, you have to drop the tank to get to it. Being an EX, you don't even have the option to pull the bed instead.
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