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I left the house and got gas. I got stopped at a redlight and all of a sudden my rpm dropped to zero so I had to put my car in park and turn it back on but it took a few tries and I also had to rev the car for it to get the rpm back up I don’t understand why my rpm dropped to 0 at a stop
 

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Did you fill it up then top off the tank?

There is a defect in the fuel tank venting system that basically causes a vapor lock when the tank is filled too far.
 

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If that's the case don't forget there's a lifetime tank replacement warranty against some 300s for this problem
 

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I left the house and got gas. I got stopped at a redlight and all of a sudden my rpm dropped to zero so I had to put my car in park and turn it back on but it took a few tries and I also had to rev the car for it to get the rpm back up I don’t understand why my rpm dropped to 0 at a stop
We certainly understand why this would be concerning, Nickrwjr. We recommend having your dealer look into this for you, as they are in the best position to assist. If you would like any additional assistance with that process, please feel free to send us a private message and we'll be happy to help!

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