Question about 2000 Honda Accord
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
Have someone do the lever as you put slight pressure on the door.. Then before closing, Ot some wax on thw latch and adjust if necessary. Sometimes the catch tang needs bendind a tad. Good Luck
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
Try removing the plastic lever handle to see if it will let you push
the lever further towards the floor resulting in more tension on the
(hopefully not broken) cable.
Take a plastic knife like you would get at Wendy's (or anything you can think of that would work better) and wiggle it in the center of the right side of the fuel door. You're trying to depress a trigger and pop it open. Forcing can bend the inner latch but it can be bent back. After you get it open you'll need to do some adjusting or diagnose if the cable is broke. Even though it's the same lever, it's two cables.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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