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2006 Kia Rio CAn not get the gas nozzle into the

2006 Kia Rio CAn not get the gas nozzle into the opening to put gas in the car. It spews back out. Looks like something in the way.... What could be the problem.? islachica@comcast.net

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Be certain you are on the regular pump not the diesel as the nozzle diameter is much larger on diesel pumps nozzles for the reason of not making a mistake, also check to see if someone was trying to siphon gas from your vehicle while you were sleeping or at work when the vehicle was left unattended, they sometimes put a hose down the throat of the filler neck and leave it or it breaks off while they are done getting free gas...if all else is and looks normal (has a little flap device built in it) then the problem is the venting tube is either plugged or kinked not allowing the fuel to flow freely into the tank and causing it to back up, have it checked most likely by a pro shop on a car lift.

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