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Try adjusting how far in you push the nozzle when you fill, some vehicles can't take as much gas as other through the filler tube to the tank. Also if this only happens when the tank is full, its because the shut off in the gas pump you are using can't tell that your tank is full. If this is a new problem with a car that you have had for a few years, and the pumps at your local gas station haven't been upgraded, you may need to have the fill line to your gas tank replaced, there is a screen in the line to prevent gas theft and that could be dirty
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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