Question about 2001 Chevrolet Blazer
Gas pumps turn off when they sense flow re-entering the nozzle. Try adjusting how far you are shoving the pump nozzle into the vehicle. or don't squeeze the pump too hard (the excess velocity creates turbulence which creates back-splash and triggers the sensor).
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