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Sounds like engine could either be flooded, or starving for fuel, each time you fuel up. First, try removing the gas cap for a few minutes in your driveway without refueling. Then try to start your engine, see if the same thing happens.

If it does, it might be something with fuel delivery. The gas cap is part of a system, don't know if it pressurizes or not, but if your tank is low its possible the fuel pump is draining? Just a guess, maybe its the start of a fuel pump failure.

If not, then it could be your evap system, perhaps getting too much gas during the fill, or a leaky vacuum hose somewhere along the line.
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