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10-07-2004 07:09 AM
advanced design While I am not familiar with Mazda's I have ran into that issue with other products and they had a venting issue. The vent to the evap. system was faulty / plugged off.
10-06-2004 11:35 PM
Odd issue with gas tank.

I am talking with a friend of mine and she explained a problem she ran into today. I haven't the slighest idea on what it could be.

She says she went to fill up with gas today, had nearly a empty tank, but after just a few seconds the pump clicked off. She manage to get to roughly a $1 before she pulled the nozzle out, which she said caused the fuel she had put in it to be pushed out.

Its a 1998 Mazada Protege anyone have any idea what would cause that?

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