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When I'm pumping gas it spits back out, so i have to pump really slow in order to prevent this from happening, please help!

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New cars have small diameter pipes to the fuel tank, this is because the pump nozzle is smaller for no lead fuel and it has been my experience you can't pump new cars fast like in the old days, it is something U have to live with.

Posted on Mar 19, 2011

  • carolyn dunn
    carolyn dunn Mar 20, 2014

    this has never happened before and there is always a gass smell in the car

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