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My 1998 Camry will not fuel properly. The fuel

My 1998 Camry will not fuel properly. The fuel quickly backs up and shuts of the fueling hose nozzle.

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I fight with them all the time too. Many vehicle owners experience the same issue with a variety of vehicles. The fueling systems have a return vent to control the fumes and reduce the risk of fire. Try backing the nozzle out some and keep it close to a level position.

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