• fb_526652057479022 avatar Kay Posted: 9/29/2014 10:42am PDT

    Bull....my car is 9 years old and has done this since day one of buying it. I have to stand and manually pump gas in the tank because the shut off cannot be trusted. I have had gas soaked feet lower slacks smelling of fuel because of being splattered by the fuel. I used to complain to the station owners until I realized it did not happen to ther cars...just mine...
    No reason to imagine what is indeed going on....geesh fix your failure Chrysler!

  • fr8bil Posted: 2/26/2011 5:43am PST

    Forget the NHTSA, we contacted them about Chevy Cavalier steering racks coming loose at the firewall. It was a widespread problem and affected the steering on many vehicles. Apparently if you are an owner they are deaf, like most Government agencies.

  • fb_100002127049391 avatar fb_100002127049391 Posted: 2/25/2011 9:00pm PST

    Good to know.

  • DavidH Posted: 2/25/2011 1:09pm PST

    I have a 2005 Jeep Liberty, and the gas squirts out almost every time i fill up the tank. when the pump handle clicks off, the gas squirts right out onto the car and the ground. And the only gas I use is the cheapest regular kind. I'm positive that this problem has absolutely nothing to do with the internet !

  • John Thorn Posted: 2/25/2011 10:38am PST

    I doubt strongly that gas spurts out of the fuel cap because it was removed in order to fill the tank.

  • KP Posted: 2/25/2011 9:09am PST

    I drive a 2006 Wrangler, and I assure you this problem happens to me at almost every fill up. I do not use fuel with a high ethanol rate, the standard 10% that's currently legally allowed. Please actually fix this problem, Jeep has a die hard following of loyalists and you kind of owe it to them to right this wrong.