Question about Lexus LS 400
If you can access the top of the tank from the trunk, usually a removable panel, check the top around the outlet/return inlet, and all the piping into the tank as well (evaporative lines, filler neck joins, etc.). If you're lucky, it's just a gasket or hose clamp leak. If not, it's probably a leak in the pinch-weld, where the top and bottom half of the fuel tank are joined. It may be possible to see this with a light and mirror without dropping the tank. A weld seam leak means you will need a new or re-manufactured fuel tank.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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