Has this happened to any one running at 65 mph come to stop lite and the engine started running on 2 cylinders. I limped the car off the road and looked for engine problem. Nothing found , restarted the car and it ran fine the rest of the way home (20) miles. I am getting a little spoked about this car with only 21,000 miles on it.
I think that we are all surprised that no codes came up, but if you live in an area that has 50+ percent humidities, or are using gas from a low volume distributor, there is a genuine chance of fuel contamination. It's the hobgoblin of the aviation world, and has cost many a good man their lives - let alone a little sputter. It's a long story, but I recommend that you check your fuel supply first.
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