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Gas pump nozzle doesn't fit in 2007 pontiac g6

Fuel filler seems to be dislodged

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Gas pump nozzle shuts off off repeatedly when refilling fuel tank

Your filler neck vent may be clogged up.

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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SOURCE: Changing blinker on 2007 Pontiac G6

It's a monster pain to get to them, but it's doable. Once you empty the trunk, you'll see 4 black knobs - approx 1.5 inches in diameter. You'll need to remove all of these (they just unscrew, but they are plastic, so be careful not to strip the threading) in order to access the rear light assembly.

They're in there snug, but once you find the appropriate sized socket (I wish I could recall well enough to tell you what size, b/c I remember that it WAS an odd size), you'll have to remove all 3 bolts and then push the whole assembly out from inside the trunk.

Once the assembly is out, you will see the rear of the sockets, which simply push and turn to get the lamps out of. As long as you have everything open, I suggest changing ALL of the lamps (brake, tail, and turn signal) on BOTH sides, since the lamp life for all of these is about the same and it's such a pain to get to them in the first place.



Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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SOURCE: 2007 Pontiac G6 winter tires

Yes you need sensors in any wheel you put on...what is a locket?

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Gas tank over flows when filling up at the pump

This is the same issues I'm having. Is there any answer to this?

Posted on Apr 21, 2010

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SOURCE: How to clean O2 sensor on a 2007 Pontiac G6?

O2 sensor are located before and after Catalytic Converter ( exhaust system of your car). If you car's engine is 4 cyl you have 2 O2 sensors and if you car's engine is 6 cyl then you have 4 O2 sensors ( for each bank, 2 for left bank and 2 for right bank). Hope it helps and comment if you need more advice. Please don't forget to rate the answer it helps with my ratings, thanks!

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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Does anyone have a diagram of a pontiac g6 2007 fuel system including gas tank?


go to your favorite dealership or local auto parts store.

what you need is the fuel filler neck/hose assembly or the evap vent hose. They will have a computer there which you can visually identify what you need by way of dead reckoning.

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When putting gas in my 2004 Kia amanit the fuel nozzle kicks off. How do I locate and fix the problem


HI Bridgette,

Due to the different shapes of fuel tank filler necks in cars & trucks, it may be necessary to vary one or more things to allow fuel to flow uninterrupted until the tank is really full.

The main problem can come from the new "vapor recovery" gasoline pumps. These pumps and hoses actually recover gasoline fumes from your tank as the liquid gasoline displaces the air / fumes in the tank is it is being filled. If gasoline flow is started at full blast, it can splash back slightly, causing liquid to be pulled back by the pump - so it shuts off. So, start with a slow rate of filling and gradually increase flow rate to maximum over 5 to 10 seconds. If it still shuts off, try some of the suggestions below.

First, don't fill at maximum flow rate from the pump - that is, don't set the nozzle for wide open. Select one of the other "latches" on the handle instead of the fastest flow and let the tank fill entirely at this rate.

Second, you should experiment a bit with the length of nozzle that you push into the tank's filler neck. If you push it in too far or too little, the pump nozzle can do what you're describing.

Third, try twisting the nozzle slightly so that it doesn't hang straight downward - a little to the left or right may provide a solution.

Lastly, try a different gas station. Their pumps may not be so picky with your tank's filler neck.

Good luck!

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This is something that is hard to answer without looking at your vehicle.I have seen some of these leak around the filler neck spout at the tank and others leak at the fuel level/pump module. or it is possible ran over something. either way if you have a gas leak it is not safe to drive. if experienced look at tank and see where leaking if running down from the top it is most likely the fuel module(pump) hope this helps some

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i`m guessing that you have tried to install the nozzle in different places in the filler neck while filling the car.if this you have tried then you may have a bad vent valve that is not working properly causing excess air pressure in the fuel tank shutting off the nozzle.have a shop check this out for you.

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I would normally pull the fuel tank, and if inspection showed nothing obvious, I would take the tank to a radiator shop and have them pressure test it...

Be very aware that any sparks will ignite the vapors, no need to burn, you know.....

Do not ignore this issue.

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I seem to be burning gas faster than normal. 2007 Pontiac G6. Why?


Are your tires low on air? Do you need a new air filter? Do you need a new fuel filter? Are you driving under different circumstances, like traffic or distance or freeway/street driving? The fuel economy you get is based on the summation of all kinds of factor.

Hope this sheds at least a little light on your question,
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you have a vapor vent tube problem. When fuel goes in, the iar must come out. The filler pipe has a vent pipe inside it. Try putting the nozzle in upside down & see what happens. Try putting the nozzle all the way in & see what happens? Try putting the nozzle in just a little way & see what happens.
Otherwise, you may need a new filler pipe.

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