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Koehn, 2010 Town & Country, filling the gas tank, the nozzle

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Customer: ***** ***** Koehn, 2010 Town & Country, filling the gas tank, the nozzle always clicks off. I live where I have to drive 10 miles just to reach pavement. Is there a fuel tank vent that can get plugged?
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Customer: It takes 10 minutes to fill the fuel tank
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Chrysler
Expert:  gomi_otaku replied 1 year ago.

If you go under the car, in the area behind the fenderwell liner is where the charcoal canister is. Either the vent that goes into the canister is plugged, or the vent line. You can try disconnecting a line at a time, and see if that makes a change, whichever one you disconnect that allows you to fill will help to pinpoint the culprit. If you live on or drive a lot on gravel roads I might suspect the inlet vent.