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Gas door won't close.

The tab at the gas door has broken off. I glued the piece back on, but it didn't hold. The lever inside the car works fine.

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You go to a dealers parts dept & buy the
broken spring,if that is what your asking about

Posted on Nov 07, 2014

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SOURCE: Gas door latch not working

Cable going into the front mechnism as broken at the ie down point, it was simply re-attached.

Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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SOURCE: 1999 honda odyssey back door latch replace'' Problem

smah it with a hammer

Posted on Mar 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Gas tank door opener in Honda Odyssey 1997

If the lever itself is broken remove it it will have a cable attached to it. unhook the lever from the cable and pull the inner cord of the cable with plyer's or simular. If the lever is'nt broken it may be stressed so follow the same process. As to removing check arround the lever for screws if no screws the lever pivets on a pin gently tap out the pin with a small punch and hammer if you havent got a suitable punch then file or cut the point of a small nail.

Posted on Aug 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Gas door wont open when pushing release lever

If you could use some plastic knife to try and pop out the
fuel door, the next thing to do is spray some lubricant (WD40)
on fuel door-lever linkages, including the tang. If you get some lubricant inside the controlling cables too, that would be great!

Posted on Oct 19, 2009

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SOURCE: trunk/gas tank latch wont work (honda accord)

I have this problem now i got my trunk to lock by going in the trunk and removing the wire from the hook that was keeping it loose. Now i can lock my trunk but i am still looking for a way to get in my gas tank. Help me please if you can.

Posted on Dec 10, 2009

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My gas door release lever is not working and i cannot get my gas door to open so i can put gas in it. What do I do?


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My lever wont open my gas door....help i need gas.actually even the trunk lever wouldnt open the trunk.....finally the trunk lever i was able to pull up and then i couldnt ...


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Have someone pull the gas door release. With a credit card, or something like it, popsicle stick, nail file, etc, insert it at the side of the door that opens, not the hinged side. While your assistant is pulling the lever, see if you can manually pull the door open. If it opens, you have a broken fuel door spring. Toyota parts depts sell them for 3 dollars. The spring is there to "pop" the door open, when you pull the lever. If it is broken, and they break rather often, it needs replaced.

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The gas tank door won't open with the lever, only if I put something under the lever after pulling it up I can pry open the door


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2009 forester gas tank door


I had the same issue with my 08 WRX I saw a metal tab came loose I put it back where i thought it went on the inside door of the gas tank. I only have 5000 miles on my WRX and I am experiencing this for the first time.

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2002 Honda Civic Gas Hatch will not open


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Jan 17, 2009 | 2002 Honda Civic

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GAS TANK LEVER 2001 NISSAN ALTIMA


If you can't glue the handle back on, e.g. with urethane glue (gorilla glue, Elmers Nano, etc.; use as directed, cleaning lever and plastic cover with soap and water just before gluing) then you can just buy a part like Nissan 84640-9E000 (1998 Altima exact replacement; Nissan call it a Handle- Trunk & Gas Door Release.)

That will work fine as long as the gas filler door mechanism isn't messed up; go check for obstructions once you open the door, presumably by using a small locking pliers over a cloth or some rubber on the lever (or the cable wire.)

The trick is, you get to replace it with the door open; use a blade screwdriver to pry the running-board trim up, unscrew the bolt on the trim to the left and pry that off, undo some expander bolts holding the carpet across the running-board area, and wrangle the carpet away from the lever you want to replace.  Some 10mm wrench work gets the lever loose, and you tilt the loosened stuff forwards to be able to remove the cable.  Regrease the bolts and cable run as well as you can.  Thread the new handle through the carpet before you bolt it in; it's harder to set up and bolt, but you don't have to cut the carpet or remove the seat!

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