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Gas nozzle shuts off before tank is full GM vehicles

Why does the gas nozzle shut off before tank is full GM vehicles P0446, Gas nozzle shuts off before tank is full, can’t fill tank GM has issued a technical service bulletin (TSB) 07-06-04-023 to address problems when refueling certain vehicles. You may be unable to fill the tank beyond ¾ full or less. No matter how many times you try, the gas nozzle will shut off by itself. The bulletin applies to the following vehicles 2004-2007 Chevrolet Malibu Maxx 2007-2008 Saturn Aura As you fill the gas tank, vapors … Read More

Why does the gas nozzle shuts off before tank is full

Fix early gas nozzle shutoff before tank is full Kia Sorento Owners of 2003-06 Kia Sorento vehicles may find that the Gas nozzle shuts off before tank is full. If you haven’t done your recommended maintenance you may be causing the problem yourself. Your maintenance manual advises you to change the fuel tank air filter every 30,000 miles. Have you done that? If not, point the finger at yourself. The fuel tank air filter prevents dirt from entering the gas tank when the engine computer commands a charcoal canister air … Read More

Gas nozzle shuts off before tank is full

Gas nozzle shuts off before tank is full Gas nozzle shuts off – Escape/Mercury If the Gas nozzle shuts off before your tank is full on a Ford Escape or Mercury Mariner, Ford has issued a TSB #05-18-4 with a fix for slow fuel filling. If the fuel nozzle shuts off frequently while filling, you may have to perform this fix. Ford has identified the fuel tank filler pipe as the problem. The revis ed pipe has a better curvature to speed the fill rate and prevent the automatic nozzle … Read More

Gas nozzle shuts off before tank is full — Equinox, Saturn

Gas nozzle shuts off before tank is full — Equinox, Saturn GM reports a problem in some 2005 Equinox and 2002-05 Saturn Vue vehicles where the gas nozzle shuts off before tank is full. The issue might also be accompanied by a trouble code P0446, relating to a vent system performance. The problem has been traced to a partially restricted EVAP canister hose. The restriction appears like a ball of cotton and is actually a spider’s nest. GM has issued a new design hose for these applications. The new hose … Read More


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