I just assumed that you had to be careful because the fuel inlet to tank distance was so small; being that it’s a jeep. My gas fill inlet is behind the license plate, even lower than the newer jeeps. If I leave the fill nozzle in with it on full blast it will over flow when the auto shut off is engaged.
Also want to make one other note: the gas pumps do have signs that say “do not top off”
Ahhh Hell the government will have us in sandals, hemp clothes and driving electric cars soon anyway L
Not to offend you,, as I grew up in NJ..JeeperJake said:Oregon prohibits the customer handling the gas nozzle in any case.
My 06 Liberty had this issue but my 11 Wrangler does not. I did learn a long time ago not to try and squeeze in any extra gas after the pump stops.My Jeep has the same damn problem its annoying and I just have to make sure to stop it before the auto shut off or other wise go swimming in fuel. It bugs the hell out of me and I honestly thought i was the only one with this problem. I have never received a recall letter. Looks like im going to have to make a trip to crysler and get this issue resolved.