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ground_zro_xr
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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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Mar 15, 8:50am - #417159 
fuel problem

i went to the gas station yesterday and my car was at 1/4 tank and i put 15$ in and every 30 cent or so the pump would turn off like it was full... but i know it wasnt... what mite cause this... it wasnt the pump because this happend like 3 times now... it almost like theres something blocking it... but i cant see anything any suggestions


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Mar 15, 11:43am - #417160 
i don't think you're pumping the gas right. i had a similar problem when i first got my celica. it's only full serve in nj, so i had to learn to pump my own gas. when you put the nozzle in, push a little down on it, that stopped it from happening anymore with me.

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