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When I remove the gas cap from my 1994 Toyota Corolla wagon, a lot of gas if released. It seems like the gas tank has a lot of pressure in it. Also, I just had a crack repaired in the gas tank. The crack was not caused from being damaged but I suspect from expansion and contraction. Are there valves that relieve pressure in the gas tank? Where do the gas fumes go if they are released? Do they go into the carbon canister? What controls the pressure and the release of pressure? Is this a dangerous problem? I am afraid my tank will crack again and leak gas onto the exhaust pipe causing a fire.
This is common on newer cars it is a positive pressure system if it doesnt have pressure then you have a leak in the fuel system thanks and hopes this helps
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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