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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-18-2014 Thread Starter
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Angry 06 mustang has tank problem??

I have a 2006 mustang and everytime I pump gas it spits it back put, I have to pump about 6-8 cents at a time for it to work and it takes half an hour to fill up a full tank, and I can't take it anymore..I've tried turning the nozzle different ways and nothing has changed, it does the same thing as every gas station in town..HELPPPP!!!

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-18-2014
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Standard troubleshooting............inspect the fill & vapor recovery hoses


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What am I looking for when I inspect them?
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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-18-2014
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Don't let the tank go below half full before filling up. That's what I do never had a problem after that.
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It's a known issue for '05-'07's. Here's a link to the TSB:

http://cdn.lrsstatic.com/downloads/t...sb07-21-12.pdf

Some have found turning the nozzle upside down helps, but it sounds like you've tried that. You can also try starting to fuel slowly before pulling the handle tight.
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Yeah, +1 on filling it before it's less than half full. That's not always easy to do.

Mine does it at times, and I do the upside down nozzle approach, just to get some gas going in; sometimes, especially if I'm really low, it will take a few tries to get some gas going in. Once enough gets in, I can reposition the nozzle to normal position and get it the rest of the way filled.

Pita indeed.

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You might want to try this:


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Get used to it. Most of us have gotten used to it as well.

It's a part of owning a Ford. There are little things that are sometimes not worth the effort of fixing. Just pretend that you are making love to her. Eventually it will go all the way in.

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