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Hi there. I am Cam.I am sorry to hear about this issue. The first thing that jumped to mind is the fuel. Did you add gas to it when you fuelled it up? It would stop about that fast and act exactly like you described.
Ok. What happens when you try tp pump the plunger on the top of the fuel filter, does it pump with some resistance like there is fuel being pushed? Does fuel leak out anywhere?
As I mentioned, the first thing that came to mind was fuel, but if the proper pump was used then it could be a fuel filter that came loose, is plugged up, possibly even a plugged exhaust filter but then you should have had a message on the dash about the exhaust filter..The filter on the engine has a small silver plunger on it. This is the passengers side by the battery under the duct that runs from the air filter to the engine. Pushing that is what I was talking about.