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The fuel continues to spash up and shut offv the fuel pump which makes it a very long process to fill up the tank.

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I had an old f 150 that did that so i removed the fill pipe and inside is a smaller vent tube to let air out as your filling it with fuel, i removed the smaller tube and it works great lol ,,, for some reason some of them are either positioned wrong or the tube may be to long and it wont let the air up the fill pipe, but ya its a big pain if its cold outside and you have to stand there for half a day to fill your tank

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