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Old 06-16-2013, 01:17 AM
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Any harm "topping off" gas

Habit I suppose. I add that extra $1 or so and try to record a full dollar amount (no cents). Any harm with this procedure?
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Habit I suppose. I add that extra $1 or so and try to record a full dollar amount (no cents). Any harm with this procedure?
Yes. If you overfill the tank, it will run out the vent line before spilling out the neck. If that happens, you can saturate the activated charcoal in the vent filter canister with gasoline, which can set off an engine code and potentially result in some needlessly pricey repairs.

Just stop when it shuts off. You're likely wasting much of the excess anyway.
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I would guess it is ill advised because a moment's inattention might result in a gasoline spill. Seems to me, the benefit is miniscule compared to the risk.

Personally I just let it shut off.
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Habit I suppose. I add that extra $1 or so and try to record a full dollar amount (no cents). Any harm with this procedure?

Yes. You are obsessive-compulsive and insisting on a dollar amount with zero cents reinforces your behavior pattern.

Required is strict and unforgiving attention to the task at hand. Allow your focus to wander but a little and you can easily overshoot by $0.01....or more! Major difficulty occurs when you realize that you cannot run the pump back. You can only go forward, squeezing in a quarter gallon to arrive at the next even dollar amount.

Beaded with sweat, your hand beginning to cramp, you barely trickle gasoline through the nozzle, eyes wide and locked on the pump dollar amount display....you blink as a drop of salty sweat runs into your eye and you release the nozzle lever so that you do not miss your important goal. On checking the pump again you find you're just $0.02 away from zero cents - you squeeze very slowly - disaster! You again overshoot!

You stand in a widening pool of gasoline as other motorists flee from possible immolation...a psychiatric ambulance screams, weaving through traffic. I implore you, Gdiego, resist this "topping off!" It cannot give you good result, and should be met with strength and resolve. Professional help is available in this regard.


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Yes. You are obsessive-compulsive and insisting on a dollar amount with zero cents reinforces your behavior pattern.

Required is strict and unforgiving attention to the task at hand. Allow your focus to wander but a little and you can easily overshoot by $0.01....or more! Major difficulty occurs when you realize that you cannot run the pump back. You can only go forward, squeezing in a quarter gallon to arrive at the next even dollar amount.

Beaded with sweat, you hand beginning to cramp, you barely trickle gasoline through the nozzle, eyes wide and locked on the pump dollar amount display....you blink as a drop of salty sweat runs into your eye and you release the nozzle lever so that you do not miss your important goal. On checking the pump again you find you're just $0.02 away from zero cents - you squeeze very slowly - disaster! You again overshoot!

You stand in a widening pool of gasoline as other motorists flee from possible immolation...a psychiatric ambulance screams, weaving through traffic. I implore you, Gdiego, resist this "topping off!" It cannot give you good result, and should be met with strength and resolve. Professional help is available in this regard.
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Yes. You are obsessive-compulsive and insisting on a dollar amount with zero cents reinforces your behavior pattern.

Required is strict and unforgiving attention to the task at hand. Allow your focus to wander but a little and you can easily overshoot by $0.01....or more! Major difficulty occurs when you realize that you cannot run the pump back. You can only go forward, squeezing in a quarter gallon to arrive at the next even dollar amount.

Beaded with sweat, your hand beginning to cramp, you barely trickle gasoline through the nozzle, eyes wide and locked on the pump dollar amount display....you blink as a drop of salty sweat runs into your eye and you release the nozzle lever so that you do not miss your important goal. On checking the pump again you find you're just $0.02 away from zero cents - you squeeze very slowly - disaster! You again overshoot!

You stand in a widening pool of gasoline as other motorists flee from possible immolation...a psychiatric ambulance screams, weaving through traffic. I implore you, Gdiego, resist this "topping off!" It cannot give you good result, and should be met with strength and resolve. Professional help is available in this regard.


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Yes. You are obsessive-compulsive and insisting on a dollar amount with zero cents reinforces your behavior pattern.

Required is strict and unforgiving attention to the task at hand. Allow your focus to wander but a little and you can easily overshoot by $0.01....or more! Major difficulty occurs when you realize that you cannot run the pump back. You can only go forward, squeezing in a quarter gallon to arrive at the next even dollar amount.

Beaded with sweat, your hand beginning to cramp, you barely trickle gasoline through the nozzle, eyes wide and locked on the pump dollar amount display....you blink as a drop of salty sweat runs into your eye and you release the nozzle lever so that you do not miss your important goal. On checking the pump again you find you're just $0.02 away from zero cents - you squeeze very slowly - disaster! You again overshoot!

You stand in a widening pool of gasoline as other motorists flee from possible immolation...a psychiatric ambulance screams, weaving through traffic. I implore you, Gdiego, resist this "topping off!" It cannot give you good result, and should be met with strength and resolve. Professional help is available in this regard.


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Not necessarily obsessive-compulsive. Everyone is "obsessive-compulsive" to some degree. A study was done that found that most people feel uncomfortable when the volume level on a television, radio, etc is an odd number. Take it how you may but "obsessive-cumplusive" is just part of human nature.

I myself also fill my tank up to a solid dollar amount with no change (mainly because I like playing the game to see if I can let off the handle and let it land exactly on $xx.00).

Psychology major, just trying to share my knowledge

However, I do find it odd that you would add an extra dollar once your tank has been "filled". The pump stops when it stops for a reason. As stated above, this can be harmful to your car.

BUT I must admit you are quite the story teller, sir
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Yes. You are obsessive-compulsive and insisting on a dollar amount with zero cents reinforces your behavior pattern.

Required is strict and unforgiving attention to the task at hand. Allow your focus to wander but a little and you can easily overshoot by $0.01....or more! Major difficulty occurs when you realize that you cannot run the pump back. You can only go forward, squeezing in a quarter gallon to arrive at the next even dollar amount.

Beaded with sweat, your hand beginning to cramp, you barely trickle gasoline through the nozzle, eyes wide and locked on the pump dollar amount display....you blink as a drop of salty sweat runs into your eye and you release the nozzle lever so that you do not miss your important goal. On checking the pump again you find you're just $0.02 away from zero cents - you squeeze very slowly - disaster! You again overshoot!

You stand in a widening pool of gasoline as other motorists flee from possible immolation...a psychiatric ambulance screams, weaving through traffic. I implore you, Gdiego, resist this "topping off!" It cannot give you good result, and should be met with strength and resolve. Professional help is available in this regard.


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Calwaterboy,man you nailed you nailed it with that one,love reading what you write,like I said,Dickens,Shakespeare etc.....
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I have always had a problem with the the trigger on the pump handle resetting like the tank is filled I have to turn the nozzle sideways and pump real slow,cant figure it out...
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Calwaterboy,man you nailed you nailed it with that one,love reading what you write,like I said,Dickens,Shakespeare etc.....

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I did it once...Never again......Gas spilled out and it smelled like gas for a bit afterwards in the car....No real harm done though....
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Yes. You are obsessive-compulsive and insisting on a dollar amount with zero cents reinforces your behavior pattern.

Required is strict and unforgiving attention to the task at hand. Allow your focus to wander but a little and you can easily overshoot by $0.01....or more! Major difficulty occurs when you realize that you cannot run the pump back. You can only go forward, squeezing in a quarter gallon to arrive at the next even dollar amount.

Beaded with sweat, your hand beginning to cramp, you barely trickle gasoline through the nozzle, eyes wide and locked on the pump dollar amount display....you blink as a drop of salty sweat runs into your eye and you release the nozzle lever so that you do not miss your important goal. On checking the pump again you find you're just $0.02 away from zero cents - you squeeze very slowly - disaster! You again overshoot!

You stand in a widening pool of gasoline as other motorists flee from possible immolation...a psychiatric ambulance screams, weaving through traffic. I implore you, Gdiego, resist this "topping off!" It cannot give you good result, and should be met with strength and resolve. Professional help is available in this regard.


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Not necessarily obsessive-compulsive. Everyone is "obsessive-compulsive" to some degree. A study was done that found that most people feel uncomfortable when the volume level on a television, radio, etc is an odd number. Take it how you may but "obsessive-cumplusive" is just part of human nature.

I myself also fill my tank up to a solid dollar amount with no change (mainly because I like playing the game to see if I can let off the handle and let it land exactly on $xx.00).

Psychology major, just trying to share my knowledge

However, I do find it odd that you would add an extra dollar once your tank has been "filled". The pump stops when it stops for a reason. As stated above, this can be harmful to your car.

BUT I must admit you are quite the story teller, sir
Not to take a light moment too seriously but adding gas to your tank also creates air bubbles thus the ability to top off your tank as it's not really full. But as we've said, topping off is more compulsive than necessary but if doing so keep the Xanax prescription at a tolerable level than I'm all for it.
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This is probably diagnoseable ......

Always end the fill up on the odd cents corresponding to that day's date .... .01 thru .31 ..... today's fill up will end with $XX.17 .... that way don't have to look at the credit card bill and wonder did someone get my card at the gas station??
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Add me to the list of OCDs. Maybe we need to reclassify the forum from an e9x forum to a support group... One section for the gas pump challenged and another for those members with goat obsessions.


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Yes. You are obsessive-compulsive and insisting on a dollar amount with zero cents reinforces your behavior pattern.

Required is strict and unforgiving attention to the task at hand. Allow your focus to wander but a little and you can easily overshoot by $0.01....or more! Major difficulty occurs when you realize that you cannot run the pump back. You can only go forward, squeezing in a quarter gallon to arrive at the next even dollar amount.

Beaded with sweat, your hand beginning to cramp, you barely trickle gasoline through the nozzle, eyes wide and locked on the pump dollar amount display....you blink as a drop of salty sweat runs into your eye and you release the nozzle lever so that you do not miss your important goal. On checking the pump again you find you're just $0.02 away from zero cents - you squeeze very slowly - disaster! You again overshoot!

You stand in a widening pool of gasoline as other motorists flee from possible immolation...a psychiatric ambulance screams, weaving through traffic. I implore you, Gdiego, resist this "topping off!" It cannot give you good result, and should be met with strength and resolve. Professional help is available in this regard.


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Yes. If you overfill the tank, it will run out the vent line before spilling out the neck. If that happens, you can saturate the activated charcoal in the vent filter canister with gasoline, which can set off an engine code and potentially result in some needlessly pricey repairs.

Just stop when it shuts off. You're likely wasting much of the excess anyway.
+1. i let it stop.
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might I also mention the more weight you carry the more fuel you use : making it less economic

I also forgot gas most likely way cheaper than here so takes a bit more to round up nearest US$ than NZ$ hence 1st reply sounds dumb now
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This is probably diagnoseable ......

Always end the fill up on the odd cents corresponding to that day's date .... .01 thru .31 ..... today's fill up will end with $XX.17 .... that way don't have to look at the credit card bill and wonder did someone get my card at the gas station??
Interesting...but will only contribute to the "OCD" crowd. I DID hear at one time that gas stations were notorious for credit card theft, but I believe that's only if you go INTO the station to have your card swiped...not at the pump?
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This is probably diagnoseable ......

Always end the fill up on the odd cents corresponding to that day's date .... .01 thru .31 ..... today's fill up will end with $XX.17 .... that way don't have to look at the credit card bill and wonder did someone get my card at the gas station??
Thanks a lot. You have just restructured my way of filling up. While totally OCD, I like it. What a cool way to keep track!
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It works for us. I never see what she spends on clothes and her stuff, and she never gives me grief on what I spend for gas and my stuff.

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Yes. You are obsessive-compulsive and insisting on a dollar amount with zero cents reinforces your behavior pattern.

Required is strict and unforgiving attention to the task at hand. Allow your focus to wander but a little and you can easily overshoot by $0.01....or more! Major difficulty occurs when you realize that you cannot run the pump back. You can only go forward, squeezing in a quarter gallon to arrive at the next even dollar amount.

Beaded with sweat, your hand beginning to cramp, you barely trickle gasoline through the nozzle, eyes wide and locked on the pump dollar amount display....you blink as a drop of salty sweat runs into your eye and you release the nozzle lever so that you do not miss your important goal. On checking the pump again you find you're just $0.02 away from zero cents - you squeeze very slowly - disaster! You again overshoot!

You stand in a widening pool of gasoline as other motorists flee from possible immolation...a psychiatric ambulance screams, weaving through traffic. I implore you, Gdiego, resist this "topping off!" It cannot give you good result, and should be met with strength and resolve. Professional help is available in this regard.


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