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Ì can't get the gas cap off, any ideas


One or two things. Does the cap lock with a key? If so, the cap is either still locked or is remaining in the locked position. Get it to a lock specialist as soon as possible. Another possibility is that the lip on the tank filler neck is damaged, and the solution is to force the cap off. If nothing else works, you can remove the filler neck from the tank by undoing the flexible hose that holds the neck to the tank, the bracket/s that holds the neck to the body of the car - this must be done usually from the underside of the car, and there should also be screws that hold the filler neck to the body inside the filler well. It is a finicky job, but if you can do this, you can take the neck complete with cap to someone who can help, or get a new neck from the dealer or a breaker yard and fit a new cap.

Feb 21, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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WHERE CAN I BUY FLEXIBLE POLYCARBONATE SHEETING FOR MY 10FEET BY 16FEET GREENHOUSE?


this product is available on line --E-Bay-- from the manufacturers---and by order from you local hardware store. Comes in a variety of profiles and lengths and colours including a uv controlled style

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Remove fuel tank


Place a block of wood on a floor jack under tank preferably empty tank.remove bolts to tank hangers lower tank enough to access screws to the filler neck once screws are out all the way around the neck pry gasket on neck base loose with small flexible putty knife.

May 17, 2014 | 1995 Ford Explorer

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The gas pump keeps cutting off, or running out when trying to put gas in my 2002 GMC Envoy. What will cause this?


It could be a problem with the vent tube connected to the filler tube. Check to be sure the flexible part is not crimped.

Aug 05, 2011 | 2004 GMC Envoy

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Where is the manual transmission filler?


Manual transmissions have an oil level filler plug on the side of the transmission. Most use 90 wieght oil and also have a drain plug on the bottom. You will need a funnel with a right angle or flexible spout.

Mar 15, 2011 | 1999 Ford Escort

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How do i fix a gas leak


there is a flexible rubber coupling between the tank and the filler nozzle .. thats the most likely thing to have been damaged .. check the clamps at both ends and replace the rubber tube if its bad ... if not then there could be a hole in the tank maybe caused by a rock hit (sometimes rust) ... there is a special epoxy stick that works with gas (any auto parts store) .. you can patch a small hole in the tank but not in the flexible coupling ... of course you should fix this before something bad happens ... run the tank near empty if you plan on taking it to a garage for repairs .. the tank is too heavy loaded with fuel ..

Feb 19, 2010 | 1997 Dodge Neon

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Gas takes forever to drain into filler tube when gassing up at the pump


check to see if theres any objects in the filler tube. If you have small children they can find a million things to do to that van

Feb 03, 2010 | 2005 Dodge Caravan

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What type of oil should I be using in colder temperatures for this car? 5W30 or 10W30?


It's really a an owners choice. As long as it's one of the two. The "w" stands for winter. Most of them, for what ever reason, tell you 5w30 right on the filler cap these days.

Dec 27, 2009 | 2005 Pontiac Grand Am

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