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When i try to put gas to my pacifica it keeps stoping and it is giving me a hard time to put gas. I ask someone and they told me it is a sensor that goes inside the gas tank

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No i do not believe that is it at all. Has it always done it with this vehicle, if so your most likely problem is just simply the screen in your tanks input tube(where you put gas in) you can try to just run a bottle of cleaner through it to see if it will help. if not as you are filling your tank put the nozzle in the tank and lift up on it. that usually helps

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