always have this trouble, whenever i pump gas i always have to take my time at the fill up
Don't make me wait, I have 6k miles to drive this summer and the FJSummit is at the end. Please don't make me suffer any longer than necessary and share you superior knowledge...It is an easy fix, and I will show all that make it to the Summit how.:wave:
There are 20,000 others that won't make it to the Summit. Please don't keep us all in suspense until then.It is an easy fix, and I will show all that make it to the Summit how.:wave:
Oh teach me Obi-wan of the gas station pump...I have never had this problem... Possible you guys need a lesson in Gas Station 101.:thinkerg:
Oh teach me Obi-wan of the gas station pump...
Hope you're talking about me, BBhog. I'm still waiting and will tell ALL as soon as you get the fix to me!!! :rocker:I am not a vender, the fix for the fuel fill was found when I was making the fuel filler pipe mod for my AUX. rear mounting fuel tank system. If I do the mod on some one's FJ then they can post a tell all and that will be fine with me. I am currently working on a MAF. TANK fill pipe fix and that person can post a tell all or not. If I just post a HOW TOO and you do it wrong then I will get the short end of the stick. Toyota should have fixed this the first time they filled the tank! :wave:
Yup, that is the issue. I can go to a station that must have "older" pumps where if there are 3 or 4 others pumping, the volume is such that I don't have to "baby" it in. But, as soon as those others stop pumping, I have to put it on the 2nd notch to slow down the flow. Otherwise, got to do the "baby" thing.That's funny... I've heard some folks have to "baby", for lack of a better description, the pump/trigger on the FJ. I never had it click off until last weekend (5 months)! I have a Kroger about 100 yards from home and after installing the Scangauge I thought I'd just top it off there, instead of going down to the Amoco that I normally use. I pulled the trigger and it clicked off, tried it again and it clicked off. The pump had a lot more pressure than the stations I normally use! It was like the trigger on bad variable speed drill. Ron
Some have said.. A 19 gal tank should have app 4 gal. remaining at the light... I haven't tested this on the FJ, however on my Rubicon's (TJ) it was true.. I drove them to empty to see!