I used to have that drama on my rodeo, not as bad on the BA.
From what i can understand it's due to the bend in the pipe that leads from the cap to the tank. If the nozzle is inserted into the tank close to the bend, the high flow will hit the bend and cause somewhat of back flow into the nozzle which cause the bowser to cut out. I found just repositioning the angle of the nozzle helped cut out the angle and it didnt stop...as much
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AP remembers the days, filling a Charger with fuel. Oh what a fine design.....
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I remember the Mitsubishi Mirage could have problems with filling. The worst car I've ever seen was a Nissan Narvara Dual cab converted to flat tray. The filler was repostioned that low it was nearly level with the top of the tank. You could only trickle fill it to about 3/4 full. Customer went ape!
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