Question about 2002 Jeep Liberty
I have the same problem it is caused by dusty and or muddy roads. Just inside the fender by your filler tube there is a filter just reach in and remove the hose from it when you fill up with gas besure to replace it afterwards. Or get a new one from your jeep dealer it cost about 13.00. It is a poor desine it is in the road of all the dirt and mud . If someone knows a more permenant fix I would like to know.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Check for a foriegn object within the filler tube. I think that if the vent isnt open in the filler tube when fueling your car, this could cause the fuel nozzle to stop because of back pressure. Air needs to be released from the fuel tank as fuel enters the tank ,otherwise,this problem will occur. Have the vent inspected to see if theres a block or perhaps, theres something wedged in your filler tube. Im not sure if this car has a filter leading into the gas tank but if so, Id check that as well.
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