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November 30, 2021

Autodocta – 2008 Chrysler Grand Voyager

VEHICLE: 2008 Chrysler Grand Voyager

ISSUE: Fuel tank slow to fill when re-fuelling vehicle

DIAGNOSIS & SOLUTION: A customer’s Chrysler Grand Voyager is in for a routine service and they have complained that the fuel filler nozzle continuously cuts out when re-fuelling the vehicle. We have experienced the fault when re-fuelling and have visually checked the fuel filler pipe for blockages but we cannot find the source of the fault. Is this something you have heard of before?

Yes, we have heard of this fault before on several Grand Voyager models produced up to 22/02/08. The cause is due to the fuel tank ventilation pipe kinked or restricted. Locate the fuel tank ventilation pipe on top of the fuel tank. Inspect the fuel tank ventilation pipe for damage and replace it if necessary (fig. 1.1.). Re-fuel vehicle to ensure fault has been resolved.

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