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The last few months, every time I fill up, my truck wont start on the first try, it hesitates and I'll wait a sec, then try it again, and cranks on the first try. Anyone else have this problem??
 

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http://www.355nation.net/forum/i4-i5-engine-drivetrain/101050-engine-trouble-after-fueling.html

http://www.355nation.net/forum/i4-i5-engine-drivetrain/45908-putting-gas.html

Possibly developing a venting problem. Do you have problems filling too, or just a rough start. The first link seems like it describes your symptom. The second is more about overflowing.

If if there is help in those threads and report back.

@08Canyon Don't have problems filling up, just cranking after I do, it sounds like its starving for fuel, but after it cranks, I don't have any problems.
 

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I think the first link has information unrelated to spilling over. I scanned through the first page just as a check.

Do you have troubles starting the truck if you wait the same amount of time as a fillup? For example, do you ever shut the truck off and restart 2 minutes later (or whatever is a similar time to your fueling? That will help indicate if you have a sensor issue or if it's fuel system related.

It will not eliminate a fuel supply or pressure issue though.
 
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