Question about 2006 Dodge Durango
You may have to ask your local Dodge dealer, they should have a machine that can pressurize the fuel tank and vapor recovery system with a harmless but visible smoke, to be able to see where the leak is. This *might* be covered under the 5 year 50000 mile emission component warranty required by the EPA. Show them what has already been done, so they don't duplicate work.
Normally the fuel tank is sealed, vented only through a charcoal canister to capture gasoline fumes that evaporate while the car is parked. When you start the car, the canister is purged into the intake manifold to burn those captured fumes. Somewhere in this system, you have a leak. Usually it is at the gascap, either loose after refilling, or a bad gasket. But it could be anywhere in the fuel and vent system.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
Look at the cap itself as well as the evaporative emission components. The fuel vapor recovery system is open, somewhere.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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