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Gas tank vent line issue on my 64 buick skylark

Vent line is blocked off in motor bay. Gas cap is not vented, traveling yesterday going up hill car sounded like it was struggling for fuel, then it would speed up. would vent cap correct issue?

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A 1964 Buick must have a vented gas cap.

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Yes it is a vented cap which is stuck in the closed position. Get a new cap and you will solve your problem

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Hi and welcome to FixYa!

Two things can cause this problem. I do suspect that you have fuel flooding. When you're uphill you tend to press the accelerator and while you floor it there's a lot of fuel coming in but can't be burned enough. The solution is to replace the spark plugs for it can be worn. Once the plugs are replaced you'll have a better fuel burning.

The other common cause is a faulty torque converter. The torque converter controls the shifting of the car. If the torque converter fails to shift you tend to press the accelerator and you'll surely have fuel flooding. Have the torque converter replaced too and you'll be good.

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this could verry well be the gas cap vent broke, even if tightned still broke inside.if the smoke test was done correctly, then this should have been noticed.

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no it has a closed system so no smell of petrol so their is something wrong with the suction pump and the pipes that come from teh engine compartment

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