Question about GMC Jimmy
There is a pressure regulating hose that is attached to the top of the filler tube, if this hose has collapsed or is blocked the pressure in the tank builds up and you get a back splash when filling. Check this hose. You may have to take the filler tube and hose loose in order to get to it. If it's not collapsed or blocked but looks old and dry rotted, replace it.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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