Like he said. Grab a bottle of dry gas from a gas station or retail store for $1-$2 and try it. You're not out a lot and will know if that's the fix or not.demoncleaner said:Dry gas.
And keep you tank at least half filled this time of year. Temp swings create condensation... the more empty space in your tank the more room for moisture to form.
Cool!! Thanks!mossman said:Have five vehicles at the house in Pennsylvania and run some brand of dry gas in each and every one of them. I remember way back in high school in Virginia I used to carry 4 or 5 bottles of dry gas with me. You wouldn't believe how many cars won't start because of the water in the system. I've also had cars start up fine and drive a couple miles down the road and they would die. One bottle of dry gas and you were on your way. Loaned bottles out to people who were stuck. It's worth a shot and old Wallie-World has it in 4 packs with a nice little cardboard carrying case !!