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2002 audi a4 fueling

I'm having a hard time trying to gas my car. I have tried to position the fuel nozzle in different places but still keeps cutting off. I'm curious if you have to use a fuel nozzle with the vapor recovery system. If anyone can help i would apprecitate it.

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Jus pump the gas slower.... it happens to me sometimes

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Hi there again

Sorry to hear you are still having problems.If you are going to change the pump I would certainly not recommend you do it yourself.If it is the V4 motor I am thinking of, you would need to get to it by removing the rear seat ,remove access panel , and pretty much play around in the gas for an hour or so to get it off in the first place.

What I did find was this on the net on a recall by Audi to replace 2002/03 model fuel pumps as noted below.

RE: 2002 Audi A4 Fuel Pump Change:


I just had my fuel pump changed out by the dealer. Here is what the letter said-

"Safety Recall JL 2003 year Audi A4 quattro with 1.8L Turbo or 3.0L engine and 2003 Model year Audi A6 with 3.0L engine"
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Please leave positive feedback if I have helped

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T.C.

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