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Can't fill gas tank without nozzle clicking off!
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    Can't fill gas tank without nozzle clicking off!

    It takes me about 10 minutes to fill my tiny gas tank. I researched this issue and most said to replace the fuel vapor canister, which I did.
    It didn't solve the problem. What is my next step? The purge valve?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcox722002 View Post
    It takes me about 10 minutes to fill my tiny gas tank. I researched this issue and most said to replace the fuel vapor canister, which I did.
    It didn't solve the problem. What is my next step? The purge valve?
    I would vote for purge valve to begin with. The only time your charcoal vapor canister goes bad is when the tank is frequently over-filled to the point where the canister becomes contaminated with raw fuel. The purge valve essentially acts as a vent to your tank. If the valve is stuck, the back pressure will cause the pump to think the tank is full and stop flow.

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    Thanks! That will be my next step

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    I am having the same problem! Please keep us updated on your solution...
    2013 Abarth Cabrio Bianco/Grigio (Totaled, RIP) 2013 Abarth Cabrio Bianco/Nero, 2001 Boxster S

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    gas pump.jpgTry inverting the nozzle. I had to do this on my Isuzu Trooper. I think it changes how the fuel vortexes down the filler neck.

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    My 2018 500L does it also. I just pull the nozzel out a bit and it flows and shuts off just fine.

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    Daddio - it shouldn't do that. The whole point of the system is to prevent the escape of gas fumes. Similarly with what Kyle said you shouldn't have to do that. Check the purge valve for function and also check the vent tube for obstruction.

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    I am having this issue also... is the purge valve on top of the tank, or mounted near the canister? I will DIY it, but need to know where to start, lol!
    2013 Abarth Cabrio Bianco/Grigio (Totaled, RIP) 2013 Abarth Cabrio Bianco/Nero, 2001 Boxster S

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    Quote Originally Posted by bglz42 View Post
    I am having this issue also... is the purge valve on top of the tank, or mounted near the canister? I will DIY it, but need to know where to start, lol!
    Mmm. I've replaced the canister, as well as the purge valve. I still have the issue. BTW the purge valve is located on the upper part of the engine, slightly beneath the plastic intake runners, toward the rear of the engine , as looking at it from the front.

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    I am just now digging into this system... does the purge valve that is mounted on the engine also control the air escaping from the tank when the engine is off? In my research, I have run across the mention of a "rollover" valve mounted to the tank. I have heard of a full tank replacement to fix this problem. Also, how does this problem occur? I have owned the car since new, have 40k miles on it, and it just started on this fillup. Does a check valve/purge valve/rollover valve go bad suddenly? Since nothing is vented to atmosphere, I don't see how a dirt dobber or other foreign body can plug it. Any ideas?
    2013 Abarth Cabrio Bianco/Grigio (Totaled, RIP) 2013 Abarth Cabrio Bianco/Nero, 2001 Boxster S

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