AT&T Broadband plans to reduce and hopefully avoid entirely the problems its repair-van fleet has experienced during the Chicago area’s recent two summer reformulated gasoline (RFG) fuel periods. AT&T's 1,000-plus panel vans, supplied mostly by General Motors Corp., have experienced difficult starting and other drivability problems believed to be attributable to the seasonally mandated RFG. (see related story: Fuel-Injector Problems Trouble Large Fleet) Chicago-area ...

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