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Fuel tank leaks when filling at the pump

Just replaced a fuel pump. Now when filling the tank gas leaks out of the tank opening, but doesn't leak while under pressure. What could cause this?

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I'd check the clamps on the filler tube hoses. Also check to see if they are kinked, especially the small hose.

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