Thanks for that post, Hawkfan. I had no idea about this aspect of a cap-less tank.I know the Pacifica isn't a Honda but the cap-less fuel filler design may be similar. After watching this it looks like NOT using the funnel could cause some $$ problems (o-ring dropped in tank).
My funnel is white and attaches to the wall behind the air compressor. Loosen the strap holding the air compressor in place and remove it to see funnel.I have a touring L plus. I need gas. I can't find the funnel next to the air compressor. Anyone knows where it will be?
I didn't look in the 2017 User's Manual, but in the 2018 one it's mentioned in a few places. The main one is on page 498:I could not find the special funnel anywhere on my 2017 Chrysler Pacifica. There was no mention on it in the user's manual.
REFUELING IN EMERGENCY
The funnel for the Cap-Less Fuel System is located with the spare tire (if equipped) or in the upper storage bin. If your vehicle is out of fuel and an auxiliary fuel can is needed, insert the funnel into the filler neck and proceed to fill the vehicle.
Both of those look right to me. The only difference I see is that the more expensive MOPAR funnel has the nubs sticking out the side that allow it to attach to the wall behind the tire repair kit...a minor advantage for the priceThat is great information, @BrettP. It looks like this is the exact one:
Although it looks like a cheaper alternative may also work: