Question about Chrysler Sebring
I am not sure what the part would be called, but it will not close. It is the part that moves has you put in the gas nozle, then the little metal piece returns has you remove the gas noozle. I filled up yesterday and noticed has I finished that it did not return. I do have a gas cap that twist in still but that part wont close. Today my car almost stalled, so I am wondering if I possible got air in my tank bc of the fact that it didnt close. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
The flap in the fuel filler pipe will not affect the vehicle if it's open or closed or not there at all.There is air in the gas tank at all times displacing the gas as you use the fuel.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your number 1 O2 sensor is bad replace it. this is the O2 sensor attached to your headers. Could be faulty sensor or the air/fuel ratio is offset. But replace the sensor its not running effeciently.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
SOURCE: takes forever to fuel up
I have found with various cars that the speed the gas is pumped at makes a huge difference. Try wiggling the input nozzle around so it may be parallel to the ground, and just experiment. Or just slow down your pumping speed. Sometimes more goes in faster than the fuel tank neck can handle.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
Tell me when you fill up how far do you go before it stops,,then how far does it go the second time and the 3rd time ,,Do the times get longer each time,, if so then your problem isent a big deal.
The problem you might have is that the return fuel pipe from the engine returning fuel back in to the tank,, and the TANK breather pipe which has to let air in as you cannot take fuel out and not let air back in ,,so it causes a vacuum in the tank... So check the breather before any thing else .. OR dont fill it up any more than the first click of the pumps .
Let me know how you get on Ron
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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