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1998 Suzuki Swift. When trying to fill gas tank service pump cuts

1998 Suzuki Swift. When trying to fill gas tank the pump keeps cutting out. The service engine soon light is on. All regular service has been done, oil new, air and oil filter changed. Any ideas?

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