I suspect that's probably the issue. That's why pumping slower, and/or not fully seating the nozzle works. The slower drainage rate resulting from pressure is probably also why you can pump more after waiting a few seconds. The fuel has time to drain out of the neck. Or vent it like you do and solve the problem...... For me, the fix has been to not stick the pump nozzle all the way in the filler neck. I think its back pressure that shuts the pump off and with the nozzle all try way in there isn't enough venting when the tank isn't full.
I have had zero issues filling my truck. If it was a problem with getting the fuel to flow I to the tank fast enough, it would effect every truckEach nozzle has a little hole near the tip, most of the time on the bottom. When that little hole gets covered by gas, it trips the auto shut-off. Seems like our trucks do not allow the gas to drain away fast enough. Maybe has to do with the 2 flaps you have to push thru. I usually end up just holding the pump trigger 1/2 way. Longer to fill to full but doesn't keep shutting off.
Same here. There is no reason to have to fiddle with the fuel nozzle in order to refuel your vehicle. Period.Had same issue on my 2019. Had to have tank replaced, plus sensor re-assessed and configured. It was an issue with the sensor in the neck of the gas tank. Something that cannot be replaced without replacing the entire tank.
good luck brother. Very frustrating.
How did a senor in the truck effect the gas pump? Was it protruding into the neck or something? That sounds weird, but also could explain why not everyone has the problem.Had same issue on my 2019. Had to have tank replaced, plus sensor re-assessed and configured. It was an issue with the sensor in the neck of the gas tank. Something that cannot be replaced without replacing the entire tank.
good luck brother. Very frustrating.
That's usually a pump issue. Should have reported it to the attendant insideInteresting experience I just had. I’ve had some problems with this before too. I got fuel today at a different station that normal just because I was there. Decided to put the neck only like 60% in. Worked great until it didn’t shut off at all. It over filled until I manually shut it off and had it all over my shoes
My wifes 2018 jeep has same issue as it has the capless tank…I turn the fuel pump upside down and it pumps and fills completely fine. Might be some truth to this.some tiktok engineer dude claims if clicking off happens a lot just hold the nozzle upside down while filling the tank. no personal experience doing that
I would guess that flipping it upside down moves the auto shutoff hole to the top so fuel has more time to drain away and not trip it until it is actually full.My wifes 2018 jeep has same issue as it has the capless tank…I turn the fuel pump upside down and it pumps and fills completely fine. Might be some truth to this.
Or he "couldn't get the tank full" wink winkHere in California the pump nozzles have an electrical cut-off switch that demands the vapor cover be fitted completely over the receptacle. This is the thing that most often causes me trouble in filling the tank. I travel all over pulling an RV, so I see a lot of various gas station pumps and nozzles. The only times I've had any problem whatever filling the tank on my 2021 Laramie 5.7 is in CA with the cutoff switches. The result of opening that switch is identical to to having the tank get full and backing up to the nozzle. If I didn't know about the switch, I'd swear it was because fuel was backing up.
Consider me lucky. At 14k miles, this truck is as perfect a vehicle as I've ever owned in 60 years of owning. I love it. Had to loan it to my daughter and her husband a few days ago, and dreaded it! The son-in-law stopped for gas and told me he couldn't get the tank full. He doesn't know about the "special" California pump nozzles.