Besides, that is what Al Gore told me to do as it is good for the hole in the ozone layer. We do not need excess gasoline evaporation into the stratosphere and we should all do our part to ensure the safety of our children and grandchildren.
Is not an idiot. (notice the whine in my voice) He invented the internet. LOL!You can't be serious about Al Gore??? Of course he probably made this statement while flying around in his private jet. He is an idiot!
Of course I was not serious about Al Gore. That is something he might utter though. I did meet him once at the Univ of TN when he was VP under Slick Willie. Seemed to be a very friendly guy (as are all politicians).Is not an idiot. (notice the whine in my voice) He invented the internet. LOL!
I don't have any problems filling my tank. They won't let us do it ourselves in Oregon. DANG!
Anyone know what these lines/holes are for?I really don't think I'm filling it to the point where I'm dumping fuel into the charcoal canister. There are two large oval holes you can easily see looking into the filler neck. These connect to one large hose on the back side of the filler. Approx. one inch down the filler hole there is a small hole located on towards the front of the truck. This hole connects to a small hose on the back side of the filler. I need to investigate further to determine their final destinations.
I don't think by topping off I'm going over the small hole. I noticed it there on the first fill and have not tried to fill above it. I've taken some pictures and labeled the holes and hoses. Does anyone know which is the charcoal canister line and which is over fill protection? I resized the photos so it is hard to see the holes. Next time you fill your tank take a look, you will see them.