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Should an 04 civic type r breath through the filler cap if removed when running?

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Yes, it must vent through the cap, if you take the cap off while its running, it shouldn't effect how the car runs, but could set off a sensor and turn on the check engine light.

Posted on Apr 26, 2013

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