2003 doesn't like to take in gas at the gas pump it takes about 5 cents at a tme

Asked by Dec 08, 2015 at 10:18 PM about the 2003 Lexus GS 300 RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

what's the problem it doesn't want to take in gas at the pump, very slow input

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EVAP problem. Any gas that goes in to tank the air and fumes must be displaced out. It goes in to the charcoal canister, and any vent valve that is stuck or clogged will cause that. Click this image

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This, I forgot to post it, and ask away about anything you don't understand

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The air and fumes pass through activated charcoal. Most of the raw hydrocarbons are absorbed by the charcoal and the air vents out. Then when you start your car, the intake vacuum purges the hydrocarbons out back in to intake to be burned instead of being released in to the air

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Here it is they deleted my own drawing. I own it. Not copyrighted

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