I returned from a relaxing vacation this weekend to turmoil.

My “new” (read: used) vehicle has been returned from the shop. They admitted that they could not find the problem and refunded me some of my money. They (and I) had suspected it was a problem with the fuel pump, but after their inspection they could not detect any problems. I decided to try Sea Foam in order to see if that would fix the problem. Instead, it starts after some serious cranking, and then stops not long after.

I’ve made arrangements to have the car looked at by the dealership tomorrow. But now getting the car there will be difficult.  Sigh…

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