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Can't pump fuel in - even when a quarter of a tank low. It seems full - gas spurts out and pump shuts off - even when I pump it in very slowly. Which in NJ is not even allowed - station must pump - but they give up...

Can I change the internal fuel pump with the built-in filter or is there something else that is could be causing this?

Thanks in advance - for the endless aid with this - otherwise it is going great - I have put 40,000 miles on it since I got it for $700 and it still looks new (kinda)
 

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ok - some more info. It seems fine if I go to station with older pumps. might be a combo of new extra fast pumps and something a bit off with my Evap system.
 

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Thanks very much! How do I change this? Is it with the fuel pump in the gas tank? I have that whole part - was thinking of having my mechanic put that in.

usually carbon canister is plugged.
 

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Thanks for helping now! So what causes this? Is it over filling the tank? Will it dry out if I wait a while? I have an 04 Concorde 3.4L any idea what part number I should order at Rock auto?

Not sure how I didn't pay attention to this one for 2 weeks, but yeah either the carbon canister on the side of the tank or the breather filter that attaches to it. Had to replace both pieces on the 02 intrepid.
 

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Thanks very much! How do I change this? Is it with the fuel pump in the gas tank? I have that whole part - was thinking of having my mechanic put that in.
never had to do one, but they are around or above the fuel tank. might require a drop.
 

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I got one on ebay - the seller says it has the solenoid with it but he doesn't know where the filter is. Is it above the tank? See photo..
 

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I got one on ebay - the seller says it has the solenoid with it but he doesn't know where the filter is. Is it above the tank? See photo..
The filter is bolted to the floor pan through the back left (driver side) tank strap. The flex tube runs from there over to the top of the carbon canister.
 

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Do you know which one of these I need - or do I want both? I attached two photos.
The first one looks like the earlier style, I want to say my 02 had the more rounded one that is shown in the 2nd image
 

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Thanks for all the help. I might try just changing the canister myself since it looks easy and I will have a used spare soon.

I also just ordered the NOS Mopar filter see attached photos.

I had also bought a new pump last year - if I have my mechanics drop the tank then I will get them to change that out too. Apparently the only fuel filter in this car is built into the pump.

Attached photis of canister vapor filter - hoses and bracket... I got it for $45 from dealer on ebay. CHRYSLER OEM Vapor Canister-Detection Pump 4581352AB
 

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I did change all three things - the pump - the carbon canister & the Vapor filter.

Good News - I can now fill up at any gas pump.
Bad News - It now for the first time is throwing codes!
P0440 & P0441 - going back to my shop to see if anything is loose - I have my old canister - could try replacing that back again. I reset the codes when they first went off - 67 miles after the job was done. The codes came back - well the one code P0440 -- btw I did smell a little gas after just filling up in the trunk - but that might be normal...
 
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