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Gas filling nozzle clicks off every 2 seconds when refueling

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Depending on the vehical this is happening on varies on what could be the issue. A random quick fix is try fueling with the filler upside down. Meaning Handel up. This allows it to not vapor lock as easy and it still will shut off when full.

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Check the fill hose although the outside looks good the inside delaminates remove it and look inside common problem with newer fuel

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