2005 jeep liberty fuel tank

Asked by Feb 08, 2016 at 09:58 AM about the 2005 Jeep Liberty Limited 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Anyone have a picture or diagram of top of fuel
tank for 2005 liberty? Can't find one online for that
year. Replaced fuel pump and now cannot get fuel
in tank without it stopping every few seconds. No
kinks in filler neck and vent tube flows air. Wanted
to know what the connections on top of tank are

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I found this picture, not sure it will help? Make sure fill pipe--vent/evap hoses are not clogged or kinked. Maybe try a different gas station?

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Thanks for reply but the image doesn't match the tank. This tank is 1 year old... not sure if any changes were made in design or if that image is from a different year vehicle.


That image came from an automotive database, these databases aren't always correct, but, I have nothing else. I'll try to look elsewhere, but, doubt if I find another picture. It seems to me, you have a hose/line that is crimped or blocked or the gas pump has a problem?


The picture is for filler neck that fits your vehicle, see the small vent tube, make sure it isn't clogged or crimped.

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Many different gas pumps were used. The filler neck vent tube is clear as well as the fresh air filter and tube. I've tried filling with evap canister and leak detection pump un plugged and then removed tank again to wire the fuel tank poppet valve open thinking maybe it was sticking closed but it comes back up filler neck more then ever.


I'm all out of suggestions, at the moment.

Only thing left really to check are the hoses that are on top of the tank, but i want to know what the ports are before i remove tank yet again.... I can't understand how this started after replacing fuel pump. The only connection on the fuel pump is the fuel outlet. Stumped. .

Fyi update.. tank is bad and it was replaced a little over 1 year ago. So new tank didn't last 14 months.


I am having a similar problem. Started after dealer replaced fuel pump also. What is really confusing is that everything works fine for a few months then all of a sudden it starts acting up. Did you ever find a solution?

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