Originally Posted by luke8603
that is a possibility... I just find it slightly odd that it only started doing it immediately after fueling. I think ill try the fuel filter because it did look like the fuel truck had dropped fuel there that morning
Understandable how it is looked at that way. Lots of things just "happen" after you do something. I have seen people say they stopped for gas and then the car didn't want to start, so they had it towed in screaming how they were going to sue the gas station for repairs. Come to find out their theft system had gone into default due to a bad key while they were driving. Wouldn't have mattered if they stopped for gas, food, or to take a leak. When they shut of the car it was NOT going to restart.
Not saying this is a case for you, just saying that it COULD be coincidence as a possibility. What I would also consider is if you filled up and this happened shortly after, take a fuel sample and have it tested. Could be simply bad fuel or water in the gas. So many possibilities of course, but again, start with the basics: Air/fuel/spark. Air - low chance of change just by fueling up. Fuel - bad fuel, water in fuel, fuel pump starting to get weak, etc. Spark - plugs, wires, coil.