I have - And I've noticed a couple of trends... It is only some stations it does it at... and it happens for a while and then goes away. The easiest way for me to get around it was to not pull back on the handle all the way and let it go in slowly. You have to use your brain as to not overfill the tank - for example if you've gone 400 miles, it may be good to stop at 7.5 or 8 gallons.Tomel said:I've seen a number of threads discussing problems filling the Prius with gas related to the internal bladder. As a potential Prius owner (an '06 on order for after 12/31), I'm curious whether this filling problem is a commonly experienced issue.
I don't think this is a pump problem. It's pretty consistent across a wide variety of stations, brands, etc. And I've had this problem in TN, KY, VA, WV, PA and IN. The dealer says it's working the way it should, though.hyperion said:Sounds like if you have any problem at all, it is a pump problem. I've never found a bad pump.
When you do this, does the pump click off?TheProgrammerGuy said:exactly! Technique. As with most any other car I have filled up, you have to start the flow as slowly as you can and increase it little by little. I can usually get it up to full speed until just before full.