I have a 2006 Pontiac G6. Ever since I bought it, I have had trouble with the gas tank. If I let the gas level get below a quarter of a tank (and sometimes I'm too poor to fill up right away), the next time I try to fill up, the gas pump clicks off, as if the tank is already full. It's as if there's too much pressure in the tank. My dealer seems to think I'm crazy and told me that it wasn't happening (but it still does). Please help -- what can I do?
2006 Pontiac G6 V6
Getting it fixed by the dealer, putting a stick in with the nozzle from the gas pump to release pressure, filling up before it hits a half of a tank. I just want to know if this is a known problem and what I should say to the next dealer so I can get this fixed.
Does this problem exist when the fuel level is higher than the quarter tank mark? Or is this only when the fuel level gets low?
It happens up until about the half-tank mark. It's really obvious at the quarter-tank or lower mark. I counted once, and it took me 22 clicks to get it to a point where I could fill the tank.
There has not been a common problem with this on your model. There are not bulletins or anything in regards XXXXX XXXXX being a common occurrence so really this leaves a few things to look at. Here are items that can cause for this type of problem.