Dealers say to by new gas tank because check valve is going bad and the only way is to replace the gas tank because eve4rything in the fuel system(check valve /sock/filter /pump all comes as one unit. This should be a recall item because of the possiablity of getting hurt or hurting someone else when your T&C stalls in the intersection.
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not so much a common problem as it is just! a problem go to a local salvage yard and buy a new filler neck and install it!! its really simple just take the 4-5 screws out of the top filler housing and take a hose clamp off the vent house underneath and then wiggle/pull REALLY!! hard outwards on the neck till it comes out of the tank
I have seen this many times on Sonatas. The problem is likely to be your cars Purge Control Valve sticking open and allowing fuel vapor to be pushed into the engine while filling the car with gas. This valve is mounted near the intake manifold and has a vacuum line to the manifold and another that routes under the car to the vapor canister.
if your talking about filling gas and motor cranck and is long at starting ,needs 2 or three trys , then you need to replace your engines tank vent valve in engine compartment on motor ,solenoid valve comes with plastic pipe, , note local porsche shop may even see stored fault in system and no check engine light on .
1.Air filter, clean the air filter first and try it again, if it is the air filter cause this problem and get a new one put in.
2.check your oil cover cap, see if there are some white steam bubbling mixed with oil, if it is, maybe either the head gas kit or the block leaking, also check your coolant level. sometime you will see oil in your radiator. means the block is leaking
Hope this can help a little bit
3.Cooling fan doesn’t function right and cause over heat.