Question about 2007 Honda Civic GX NGV Sedan
You can get to the latch through the trunk. In the trunk, pull theliner away from the area adjacent to the fuel door. You'll see a blackcable that goes to the fuel door latch behind a metal frame. Reach inand turn the latch mount 90 degrees to release it from the fuel doorframe. Your fuel door will now be open.
For a fix, look at this low cost solution: http://www.instructables.com/id/Fix-Broken-Fuel-Door-Cable-on-Honda-Civic-82170/
I tried it over the weekend. It works great.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
Could be in need of an adjustment. To get it open have one person fully pull the release lever, while another person:
A) pushes and releases the fuel door right where the latch is,
B) uses a plastic putty knife, or similar tool, to try and pry the fuel door just a bit more at the same time.
This problem often occurs after the fuel door get open a little too far, bending it just a bit in the hinge area. Best of luck!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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