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Cannot but gas in the vehicle.It keeps kicking back as if it were already full

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The 7th generation Toyota Celica has a really tight fuel-filler-tube (or what it's called in English). I also thought something had to be wrong the first time I fueled mine. Then I understood I just had to twist the pump handle about 90 degrees, so that the sensor at the tip of the pump comes up a bit, then start the pump slowly.

I'm SO looking forward to electric cars with robot-exchangeable batteries (check out Project Better Place). Toyota should give us this on the 8'th gen Celica. ;)

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Had this happen to me a few days ago at my usual gas station. Took the car to the dealer to get checked out and everything. Turned out someone must have messed with the pump I was using at the time. Went to another station and filled up just fine.

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I would take it to the dealer as that is dangerous

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