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Lynn Birli

Gas is not pumping at normal speed

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I have a 2004 Subura Impreza.All of a sudden it takes almost 10 minutes or so to pump $10.00 into it.I need help with this.I just had a new gas tank put in etc. Can somebody give me advice on how to fix this? Thank you.

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Might want to post your problem on a Subaru forum.

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21 minutes ago, Lynn Birli said:

Really??? Why isn't this a free place for advice?? Guess you have no advice!

 

Unless a member has a Subaru Impreza, probably not going to get lots of responses.

Your best bet is to try this website:  http://www.ultimatesubaru.org/forum/http://www.ultimatesubaru.org/forum/

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8 hours ago, Lynn Birli said:

Why isn't this a free place for advice??

 

Yes, advice is free here. Two members recommended going to a Subaru forum.

I would suggest that you make sure the Subaru has over 1/4 tank of gas and then drive it to your local GMC or Chevrolet dealer and trade it in on a GM truck or SUV.

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How frequent is the problem? Does it happen at the same gas station?

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I reckon that your Subaru wasn't put back together right or something that needed replacing didn't get replaced.  A vent line (hose) could be clogged or a solenoid broken but a Subaru mechanic I am not.

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OP is a one hit wonder. Never been back since posting on the 4th

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Im thinking gas stations you may be going to has new federal mandate check valves in hose. It makes filling a lot slower.

   also possible that gas station hasn't changed filters on their pumps.

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