2014 Jeep Cherokee Sport 2.4L Fueling issue

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2014 Jeep Cherokee Sport 2.4L (B ED6) 9-spd (948TE)

Vehicle will not fuel properly..gas pump will shut off after putting a small amount of fuel in tank. My question is this..it says that the vapor control valve in the fuel tank is serviced as part of the fuel tank..it looks like the vapor control valve is part of the fuel module/pump assembly..am I correct?? 

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Jon Owner/Technician
California
Jon
 

I looked at the fuel system diagram on Mitchell and then looked up the part on moparpartsdirect - and it does look like the control valve is part of the fuel module. There is also a check valve in the tank that you should check as well. (according to what I am seeing)

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Matthew Technician
Nova Scotia
Matthew
 

Service info is vague but does reference a control valve assembly to be part of the tank, I can only assume this is the vent as I do not see a vent in any other service info. I recently had a 14' Toyota Yaris in with a soaked an frozen evap filter. The filter was sold with fuel tank/filler neck assembly through Toyota.

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Jon Owner/Technician
California
Jon
 

This is all I have

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Danny Technician
Wisconsin
Danny
 

I have had one that wouldn't take fuel, it ended up being the roll over valve in the fuel tank. Bang on the fuel tank with a big rubber hammer in the filler area.

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Charles Technician
California
Charles
 

On the Renegades it is part of the fuel pump module, on the Cherokee's it is part of the fuel tank.

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Justin Technician
California
Justin
   

This failure is the most avoided by techs if it has a split multifunction valve in pump and tank . Your basically recommending both if it happens on certain models . On FCA with esim and fuel tank pressure sensor you can tell with Scan tool if it’s a restriction . No one wants to verify the complaint because it’s so intermittent and because so rarely gets fixed . I have had some sabotaged…

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Stuart Mobile Technician
Illinois
Stuart
 

I had the same issue with a 2011 Wrangler and had to replace the complete fuel tank​.​Thee is TSB on it,I found it on Jeep websight

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Todd Educator
Wisconsin
Todd
 

Hi Stuart, thanks for your reply to my post. Quick question..could you tell me what the web site was that you found the TSB? Also, did the wrangler have the Evap control valve as part of the fuel tank? Thanks for your response.

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Stuart Mobile Technician
Illinois
Stuart
 

It was on Jeep/Chrysler web sight. You might have to have an account with them in order to bring it up. I closed my account with them because they got too expensive for what little work I do with them otherwise I would send you the link.

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Todd Educator
Wisconsin
Todd
 

Thanks!

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Darren Technician
Oklahoma
Darren
 

I know your question is about the vapor control valve but you didn’t mention if you removed the vent tube from the canister , esim or filter to see if the problem was still present

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Todd Educator
Wisconsin
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The problem with this fueling issue seems to be a design failure of the fuel tank..the factory description of this system is terrible, they don’t describe in the service info on how different each model of Jeep is. I removed the fuel module and saw that there was a line that was attached to the “control valve” on fuel module that went to the Evap canister. No where in the service info did I find…

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