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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Fuel Tank Filler Pipe
The fuel tank filler pipe is of steel construction and is retained to the vehicle by means of two lower retaining bolts and one upper retaining bolt. The fuel tank filler pipe is fitted with a twist-fit filler cap, which seals the system.
I would not replace it unless there was a reason.
Check EBay or tascaford.com if you really want to replace it.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
Hi Joe, Im not famila with your car as we dont get them over here in NZ, but what i do know is you seem to have your info back to front. To reset your computer in my experience is to disconnect the negative terminal and press on the brake pedal and hold a few times to drain the power from your computer (ECU) or leave off overnight (which wouldve been the case when the car sat for a month) I think what your mechanic means is to re-tune your ecu by letting it re-learn after a drive but i dont know what the hundred miles is about?? your computer should tune itself faster than that! Driving that far would be about how long a computer takes to adjust itself after a tune up or higher quality gas "without" reseting your computer.You computer will instantley ****** the timing if knock or lean mixture is detected to protect the engine but is very slow to advance it (hence the long drive). I suspect there is still a wee electrical problem thats why the computer reads "status not ready). The only advise i can give you from here is a auto sparky is more likley to find the fault than a mechanic!
I know i havnt solved your problem as it will be a hands on elimination process but i hope i have cleared up a few confusing things that you have been told.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
SOURCE: Smell of gasoline fumes
No, thats not true. Theres no real difference in fuel octane.Sounds like you have a leak at the gas tank some where or the fill tube from the gas cap to the tank is crack , loose or not on right..Hope this helps you and have a great day....
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
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