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Fuel hole opening is blocked by metal flap and will not move. how do I fix?

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Just got a 2013 2.0 TDI call for a diesel stop cover plate would not flick open when I tried to press it down low on diesel still can't open it


At this time, you might want to use a flat head screw driver or plastic ruler to gently pry open the fuel flap door. When you press the release button, do you hear the actuator moving on the rear passenger side ? If yes, might need a new cable that runs from actuator to the fuel door flap.
If not, then first thing you may want to do is check for current at the actuator while you have someone pressing the switch. If you are getting power, then the actuator is bad. If no power, check fuses and go from there.

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Why would the metal shield on my 2013 jeep Cherokee gas filler lock up? I can not put the gas nossle into the hole to put gas in the car?


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Where is the manual trunk release located for this?


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Fuel hole opening is blocked by metal flap and will not move. how do I fix?


do you mean in the filling pipe , this is usually just depressed when putting nozzle in when refueling try giving it a push with a blunt tool and see if it will open

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How to test a FUEL TANK SENSOR in 2013 Dodge Charger??


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Fuel hole opening is blocked by metal flap


My car just recently did this and wanted to know if u figured out the problem

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How do i install mud flaps 12wx22h inches on my 2011 ram 1500 thanks in advance


That depends on the design of the mud flaps. Typically they have holes in the top for sheet metal screws. Look for any existing sheet metal screws in the fender wheel behind the wheel that match with the holes in the flaps - you can just remove those, put the mud flap up and put the screw back in if it is long enough (if the mud flap doesn't have a metal strip across the mounting edge, you'll need a large washer under the screw head to distribute stress across the material or it will crack).
If you don't have matching holes, you'll have to drill them. If you are going into steel, use a bit sized for the shank of the sheet metal screw, or just drill the screw in directly. After you get the screw in, take it out and fill the hole with rust-protecting sealant, then put the screw back in. If your mounting hole is on fiberglass or plastic, use a nut and bolt with fender washers under both the screw head and the nut. I recommend either stainless steel or cadmium plated hardware for corrosion protection; this is a harsh environment.
If you don't have a straight surface for mounting the mud flap, you may have to bend a heavy galvanized steel strap with holes in it (perhaps a pipe hanger) to make a mounting bracket. Attach one end to the vehicle as described in the previous paragraph, and attach the mud flap to it.
I would expect a new mud flap set would include the necessary hardware to adapt it to different vehicles. If you've already purchased a new set without any of this material, you can look at some of the other sets on the market for ideas on mounting brackets. The exact method you use is not critical, so long as it holds the flap without breaking anything (consider the stresses from flapping back and forth and try to envision where the greatest stresses and material fatigue would be), and is reasonably protected from corrosion.

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How to remove the fuel filler neck on my 1999 Dodge Grand Caravan 3.8 ltr. engine


OPEN GAS CAP FLAP THEN YOU NEED TO DRAIN GAS BELOW FILLER NECK.THEN LOOSEN REMOVE SCREWS IN THE GAS CAP FLAP AREA WHERE FILLER TUBE CONNECTS THEN GO UNDERNEATH VAN LOOSEN REMOVE HOSE CLAMPS AND REMOVE THE HOSE AT THE FILLER NECK BELOW THE GAS TANK.SPRAY WD40 AROUND HOSE AREA AT METAL FILLER TUBE STICK OUT GAS TANK.CAREFULLY USE LARGE PAIR OF CHANNEL LOCK PLIERS TO REMOVE WORK HOSE OFF METAL TUBE FROM GAS TANK. IF YOU CANT REMOVE HOSE WITH HANDS.BECAREFUL NOT TO MAKE ANY SPARKS.PLACE RAGS AROUND ANY METAL PARTS TO KEEP CHANNEL LOCKS FROM HITTING METAL MAKING SPARKS.

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The tiller keeps stopping even before it is in use. Is it a choke problem?


Hi, your choke could be a problem. Sometimes the the metal flap falls down and blocks the carb. There is a small fitting for an allen wrench to tighten the flap so that there is more friction when you move it. Also, make sure that your fuel mix is correct and that there is nothing wrapped in the cultivating tines.

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