I have a 2014 kia sportage and its a great car however the only issue I'm having is when I fuel up on DIESEL the fuel nozzle does not fit flush and causes it to not want to fill the car any ideas?

Asked by Aug 09, 2014 at 06:34 AM about the 2014 Kia Sportage

Question type: General

It clicks like it would if it was full... but its
nowhere near full... and im not using hi flow
either.

2 Answers

299,655

Since your car is somewhat new, have the dealer look at it, might be something wrong with the vent or the Gas filler neck.

26,055

don't use the "clicker" just fill it by hand- also, do not fill it all the way to the top of the neck- as the Tao Te Ching says: "Rather than fill it to the brim, better to have stopped in time" Do it this way and it is safer, and it is better for your car- I guess that your clicking habit has you thinkin' that you have to fill it ALL the way up- are you going on a long trip, or somwhere outside civilization where you will be hundreds of miles from the nearest gas station?

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