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Can't put gas in 2006 jetta. will not pump gas in and overflows

Gas will only go into tank from pump very slowly. Originally thought it was a problem at the gas pump but the problem has occured on multiple pumps.

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  • bobshari Mar 02, 2009

    Same issue on a 2002 Hyundai Sonata. Shelby7 says to "check the vent in the tank. If the bleeder is clogged the air in the tank won't escape and will not let the fuel enter the tank."



    My question is - HOW & WHERE!

  • bobshari Mar 02, 2009

    My 2002 Hyundai Sonata has the same issie. The response says to "check the vent in the tank. If the bleeder is clogged the air in the tank won't escape and will not let the fuel enter the tank."



    My question is HOW & WHERE?



    Thanks...

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Check the inlet tube for obstructions(kinks colapse etc.) and also check the vent in the tank. If the bleeder is clogged the air in the tank won't escape and will not let the fuel enter the tank at a faster rate of speed. Hope this helps

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