I am having trouble at the gas pumps. The fuel nozzle keeps shutting off prematurely. I took it to the dealer I purchased the car from, a 2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid, and I told them the problem. They charged me $70.00 to go over and put fuel in the tank to see what it was doing!! As if I hadn't been clear. Then they told me it was the filter that took the fumes and recycled them back into the tank. Then they asked if I had purchased the extended warranty on the used car when I purchased it. When I said, "No", they said the charge would be $1200.00 to fix it for parts and labor! When I had originally called to make the appointment, the man said it would be between $70.00 and several hundred dollars to repair it. Am I crazy or was I being taken for a ride? Is this the true cost of replacing a fuel filter or should I look for a new car dealership?