Published Jul 29, 2019

"Trying to leave the parking lot my car would not drive correctly," Toman wrote on Facebook.

She then took the car to a local automotive repair shop, got a rental, and hoped whatever was wrong would be covered by her warranty.

Instead, the dealership said the issue won't be covered by warranty, because her "gas tank was filled completely with water and 2% gas," she said.

According to Toman, she then called Stewart's who admitted they had a problem Tuesday with their fuel tanks and mentioned they've received a number of complaints.

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