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Hi All, New to the forum but I am having a problem with my 1999 Pathfinder with the vge33. Recently, after filling up with gas at a very popular gas station, my Pathfinder started acting up. It started by bucking and cutting out while driving which slowly turned into the vehicle running extremely poor (pretty much un drivable). I replaced my entire distributor and set my timing which seemed to fix the problem as the car would idle and run just fine when warm. But a few days later I noticed that the car would die at idle if I had to many electric accessories on such as the radio and headlights. Additionally the car had a very hard time starting when cold, it would crank very fast but didn't seem to want to fire up. If I really play with the throttle and crank the engine for about 30 seconds then I will idle but it will idle very very rough until it warms up to operation temperature where it will run perfectly (aside from dying at idle with the headlights on). I made sure to charge the battery and make sure the distributtor is on correcttly but that didn't seem to help
now my 2003 Nissan, it only runs as long as I feed it gaseline through one of the hoses coming from the breather. when I stop pouring gas into it,the truck will stop running. Fuel pressure holds at 40 and does not leak off. I can hear fuel pump up when I turn on the key. I blew out all lines from tank forward. I pumped out all fuel from enjecteres, emptied all fuel from the gastank, replaced all fuses under dash that were connected to fuel . and installed new fuel filter. it just acts like it is not getting gas on its own to keep running. does anyone know what else I can do?