mckellyb Posted December 13, 2006 Share Posted December 13, 2006 This problem has been in progress for a year, now, though before now, it happened only when the car had been sitting a while, and after 2.5 gallons, or so, it'd be fine. I think the vent hose is kinked, and beforehand, if enough fuel reached the kink, it loosened up enough to let air out. However it's now gotten to the point I dread getting gasoline. We just got back from a weekend RT from Vegas to Denver, and man, I'd forgotten how cold 20F is...especially when it takes ten minutes to put 15 gallons in. Grrrrr. Anyone know how to access this vent line? It looks like the LR fenderwell needs to come out, which I'm not thrilled about, as I know it's not going back in the same way. I see a fenderwell laying on a freeway in the future.... I'm hoping I can access it from beneath and blow some compressed air into the line, but I fear that may not fix the root problem. So, if you've been down this road, tell me what I'm in for. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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