Other Fuel System Storage Problems in popular cars

Other Fuel System Storage problem is a common vehicle problem that happens to most car brands and models. The following is a sample list of Other Fuel System Storage problems reported in most popular vehicles.

car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Chevrolet S10

The car is a 1998 Chevrolet S10. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 3P3ES47C4S_. Fuel cut off failed, an accident, belt replaced prior to incident, however was not the failure. It was February 1, 1997 when this other fuel system storage issue happened.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Chevrolet Lumina

The vehicle involved was a 1997 Chevrolet Lumina. The VIN of the car is 2G1WL52M8V_. Consumer states that the fuel tank is leaking from the seam. Dealer notified. Feel free to provide any further information. Mr. It was Fri., Sep. 27, 2002 when this other fuel system storage issue occurred.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Chrysler Town & Country

The vehicle is a 1996 Chrysler town and country. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1C4GP54L9T_. Gas tank failed.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Chrysler Town & Country

The car is a 1996 Chrysler town and country. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was PLEASE PRO_. Consumer states when putting fuel in tank it leaks from the top of fuel tank. Mr. This other fuel system storage problem happened on Saturday, Dec. 15, 2001.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Dodge Grand Caravan

The vehicle is a 1996 Dodge Grand Caravan. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1B4GP44R6T_. Gas leak after fuel tank recall repair. It was 10/01/1996 when this other fuel system storage issue happened.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Dodge Grand Caravan

The vehicle was a 1996 Dodge Grand Caravan. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1B4GP54RIT_. Fuel tank leaks. It was Friday, March 22, 1996 when this other fuel system storage issue occurred.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Ford F-550

The vehicle involved was a 2002 Ford F-550 sd. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 1FDAW57F52_. Bracket suspension failure allows rear end to shift over 6 - 8 inches puncturing the fuel tank and rendering the vehicle motionless. This problem occurred on 12/09/2004.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Ford F-250

The car is a 1998 Ford F-250. The VIN of the problem F-250 is 1FTPX28Z8W_. Truck that was purchased brand new has a lpg tank assembly, consumer smells propane through the fresh air of the a/c system while set on vent, floor, and defrost, dealership has not been able to remedy the problem after many attempts. This issue happened on December 13, 1998.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Jeep Grand Cherokee

The vehicle involved is a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Consumer's vehicle was giving inadequate fuel consumption readings. As a result the driver ran out of gas on a couple of occasions. Recall 97 v 194 000 was issued; however, this vehicle was not included in recall due to VIN.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Lincoln Continental

The car involved is a 1998 Lincoln Continental. Consumer called complaining about having problems with the gas fuel tank. Also stated that while driving the vehicle a fire truck made him stop and told him he was spilling gas over the street. Dealer was contacted and stated that there was a plastic clip that hold the fuel line and it was broken which it cause the fuel to spill out. Ts.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Mercury Montego

The car involved was a 2005 Mercury Montego. Abs brake failure, gas cap warning coming on and transmission failure all under normal driving conditions the car is 7 weeks old. It was Jun. 5, 2005 when this other fuel system storage issue happened.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Nissan Murano

The vehicle is a 2003 Nissan Murano. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was JN8AZ08W43_. In February 2005 the alternator failed to charge the battery and the car slowed to a complete stop and the battery died in the middle of a busy intersection. I had to tow the car to the nearest dealership and the car was repaired 48 hours later. In March 2005 the gas tank lid wouldn't open and the car was running out of gas. I drove the car to the dealership and it took 48 hours to repair. However, the "repair" was done by prying the lid open and I still have not recieved the new part. In may 2005 the transmission failed in the middle of a busy intersection and I had to tow the car to the dealership. They still have the car and expect to have it for two weeks at least. They cannot guarentee that they will pay for the rental car costs which will amount to at least $350 at $25 a day. This car only has 35,000 miles on it. This other fuel system storage issue occurred 02/18/2005.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Nissan Altima

The car involved is a 1997 Nissan Altima. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 1N4BU31D6V_. The power socket into which the plug for cellular phone goes into, does not stay attached to the dash when unplugging the jack. The location of plug does not allow for cup holder to be used when using.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Saturn VUE

The vehicle is a 2003 Saturn Vue. When stopping the vehicle and sitting still for a few seconds, there is a loud thumping sound (occurring three or four times) from the rear of the vehicle (sounds similar to a loose fuel tank baffle). The dealer stated they weren't aware of any fix for this problem, though they tried a couple of ideas. While I've found this on several websites online, nobody seems to know the cause. Everyone seems to live with the problem. It's difficult to diagnose as it seems intermittant, but happens on average once per day. Being that this seems to be eminating from the fuel system, I think that Saturn should take this issue more seriously, and more than likely this is something they can correct by replacing the fuel tank, I feel that they just don't want that expense. Also, I would like to take the opportunity to complain about the horn switch, as it is extremely difficult to operate in a panic situation, which is what it is designed to be used in. Lastly, I beleive that NHTSA should investigate the awd system on these vehicles. I've done my own tests and I have to say I am surprised about how easily it is to loose control of the vehicle in light snow. When the rear comes on, if the engine is revving high, it can spin the vehicle around like a top. This problem occurred on Aug. 15, 2006.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Subaru Outback

The vehicle was a 1999 Subaru Outback. There are several issues going on with my 1999 Subaru legacy Outback vehicle: 1) the check engine light goes on when the fuel gauge drops down to empty although the gas tank was just filled with gas. 2) the fuel gauge does not read correct. After the gas tank is full, the gauge fluctuates back and forth (sometimes the gauge reads near empty, sometimes the gauge reads 3/4 of the tank full) when operating the vehicle. 3) the car did not pass the California smog test. 4) the rpm gauge does not stay constant while driving at an even speed. Once the gauge hits between two to three thousand rpm, the gauge drops back to between one and two thousand rpm on and of when driving. 5) the gas tank does not maintain pressure even though the lid was screwed on tight. The lid was replaced with a new one but this problem still occurs. All these issues occur with the check engine light on. The dealer does not want to look at these issues without having me pay them to look at my car. These issues my car has been experiencing have been on and off since 2001 to present. The problems seem to get worse. It was Saturday, February 8, 2003 when this other fuel system storage issue occurred.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Subaru Legacy

The vehicle is a 1999 Subaru Legacy. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 4S3BG6856X_. Fuel warning light has never worked according to manufacturer's specifications, which is with 2. 5 gallons remaining in the tank. Typically, mine only comes on with less than 1 gallon remaining, and even then usually only after I've stopped the car and then restarted. The dealer replaced the fuel pump, but the problem remained. I contacted Subaru national customer support and after consulting with their tech support personnel (atlanta?), I got a lot of double talk about not being able to control factors involved in my testing (I. E. , repeated documentation). In other words, they refused to inspect or otherwise deal with the problem. I have many receipts showing fill-ups well beyond the specification warning level where where fuel light never came on. This is a safety issue because running out of gas on a highway with traffic at high speeds due to no warning light is a serious hazard. It is not something I look to create, but it does arise in highway or other conditions from time to time. Mr. This problem occurred on Aug. 18, 1999.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Toyota Tundra

The vehicle involved was a 2001 Toyota Tundra. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 5TBBT48191_. When fuel tank is full, and vehicle ride on an upward incline passenger's compartment fills up with fumes from gas. The problem could not be duplicated by the dealer. The failure date was Tuesday, December 26, 2000.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Toyota Prius

The VIN of the problem Prius is JTDKB20U37_. The owner has a 2007 Toyota Prius. The owner's manual stated that the vehicle should hold 11. 9 gallons of fuel, but it only holds 6. 4 gallons. The dealer stated that nothing was wrong with the vehicle. The reset button is constantly pressed; therefore, no one can detect when the gas tank is near empty. The current mileage was 11,000 and failure mileage was 1,000. It was Jun. 15, 2007 when this other fuel system storage issue occurred.

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car   Other Fuel System Storage problem of Volvo 960

The car involved was a 1996 Volvo 960. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was YVIKS9601T_. Gas tank failed.

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