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    Not a clue. Could have been some punk kids...but all vehicles in my driveway were fine but this one.

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    it most likely is a grey bacteria that ethenol can actually develop if it sits. because u used the same gas it makes me think its the same thing. i would flush the fuel system and run fireball engine cleaner and it should solve ur problem.
    99 chevy 1500 silverado 4.8 vortec True 2.5' dual exhaust with 3' Silver vein tips and vx muffler, 2005 tail light swap, mb tko 16" matte black rims Upcoming mods:HID headlights, 2" leveling kit

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    Looks like Bacteria as mentioned above. It lives in Aviation fuel as well. The filter has been changed and maybe suggest just flushing the with a solution to kill such an enzyme open the petcock and drain all of it let it air dry. And go to a new station.

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