A few weeks ago. I let my 2010 Acadia with 94K miles get to about 1/8 a tank of gas. The low fuel light was not on and the car ran fine. After refueling, I had to crank the engine over for maybe 5 seconds when the engine usually starts right away. The engine ran really rough for a few seconds and then died. I tried to restart the car and it just cranked. I sat there for a minute deciding what to do next- call a tow truck or something. I decided to crank it again and give it some gas if it didn't start right away. (Can you tell my first car had a carburetor?) I gave it some gas and it started but still ran rough. Revved it up a couple times and it ran OK so I was on my way. Now my Acadia runs fine until I buy gas. After refueling I have to crank the engine for several seconds and sometimes it takes 2 or 3 attempts to get the car started. Any body ever have this problem? I've been told there is NO fuel filter on this car. Is that true? Think I can get the dealer to check the fuel pressure at the gas station after I fuel?