Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices Problems in popular cars

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

car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Chevrolet Malibu

The vehicle involved is a 2001 Chevrolet Malibu. The contact stated that she could barely see at night while driving due to poor lighting. The contact stated that the headlights illuminated very dimly. The vehicle was not taken to have the failure diagnosed or repaired. The contact also stated that she smelled a fuel odor upon starting the vehicle. The smell became more pronounced when the air conditioner was turned on. The vehicle was taken to an independent repair shop, but they were unable to diagnose the failure. The contact also noticed an occasional fuel leak when the vehicle was parked. The manufacturer was notified and the contact was informed that the vehicle was not included in the recalls associated with NHTSA campaign id numbers 07e021000 (fuel system, other:storage:tank assembly:pressure relief devices) or 09e012000 (exterior lighting). The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 132,000. This issue happened on Thursday, December 1, 2011.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Chevrolet Trailblazer

The vehicle is a 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer. VIN of the vehicle was 1GNDS13S64_. Strong gas fume odor coming through ventilation system. Mechanic identified a leak in the fuel pressure regulator. 2004 chevy Trailblazer w/51,000 miles. Gm certified purchased in 2005. The failure date was Nov. 16, 2007.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Dodge Ram 2500

The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 3B7KF23W5V_. The vehicle was a 1997 Dodge Ram 2500. The contact stated that the vehicle was parked for several weeks and approximately one quarter tank of gasoline evaporated. The failure recurred fifteen times. The vehicle was taken to two different dealers but neither could determine the cause for the failure. Fifteen years passed and the contact began to smell gasoline when exiting the vehicle. He also noticed gasoline fuel leaking from the vehicle. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic for diagnosis and the contact was informed that the fuel pump was leaking and based on the components that were surrounding the fuel pump, had been leaking for quite some time. The pressure relief roll over valve was identified as the cause of the failure. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was notified but offered no assistance. The failure mileage was 6 and the current mileage was 43,385. It was 11/01/96 when this other fuel system tank pressure relief devices issue happened.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Dodge Stratus

The VIN of the problem Stratus is 1B3EJ46X0X_. The reporting person owns a 1999 Dodge Stratus. The contact stated that the vehicle caught fire while parked and was caused by the fuel pressure pump underneath the hood. The fire and police departments extinguished the fire. The vehicle was destroyed and a police report was filed. The failure occurred before he received a recall notice. The vehicle is currently at the junk yard. The NHTSA recall number was unknown. The current and failure mileages were 68,000. This other fuel system tank pressure relief devices problem happened on Fri., Jun. 1, 2007.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Ford Taurus

The vehicle involved is a 2003 Ford Taurus. After 8 hours of driving the car began stalling while moving at posted speeds. After stopping a few minutes engine ran fine. Recurred about five times on trip. Obd-ii code indicated fuel rail pressure problem. Later fuel pump pressure check indicated the pump was working normally. This problem occurred on Saturday, Mar. 10, 2007.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Ford Taurus

The car was a 2002 Ford Taurus. The VIN of the car is 1FAFP552X2_. I cannot get gas into my car. I have used every pump in town. When I try to pump gas in the tank the pumps keep shutting off. I cannot get more than a few dollars in at a time. Sometimes it spits gas back out of the tank while trying to feul the car. The car also seems to get poor gas mileage. This issue happened on Friday, November 26, 2004.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Hyundai XG350

I have a 2002 Hyundai Xg350. I bought it used in July 2003, at hub Hyundai west in houston, texas I have to keep returning it to the Hyundai dealer to have the fuel canister valve repaired. 3 times since I've owned the vehicle. It seems when I run my car through a automated car wash 3 or 4 times the canister becomes saturated with water and shorts out. I have recently found out that other Hyundai vehicles are having the same problem. I ask the service manager at hub Hyundai west in houston, texas if Hyundai had issued a service bulletin to fix this problem and was told no. I would think that since this canister is an environmental device that Hyundai should issue a recall to fix this problem. This other fuel system tank pressure relief devices issue occurred 02/06/2006.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Hyundai Sonata

The car involved is a 1997 Hyundai Sonata. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is KMHCF24F5V_. Fuel tank recalls below have not been properly fixed. Fuel tank still takes on too much pressure and vehicle has also failed emissions inspection. Windshield washer motor has failed twice (currently broken). Hazard light switch has failed 4 times. 1997 Hyundai Sonata l4-1997cc 2. 0l dohc mfi safety recalls TSB number issue date TSB title 01-01-004 Mar 01 recall - canister air filter replacement emissions recalls TSB number issue date TSB title 01-01-004-1 Apr 01 recall - canister air intake/fuel tank replacement. This issue happened on 03/01/03.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Lincoln MKZ

The vehicle having this issue was a 2014 Lincoln Mkz. The VIN of this vehicle is 3LN6L2G92E_. Incident 1: while filling gas tank I left the hose unattended while I waited inside the vehicle. The pressure in the tank from filling the vehicle was enough to push the gas spout out of the tank. As a result about 3 gallons of fuel spilled on the floor. Incident2: while filling gas tank I was standing over the hose, not holding the handle. I was waiting to to fill up the vehicle. I witnessed the spout pop out of the gas tank and gasoline spilled on my shirt, pants and shoes. I have never had this happened to me before with any vehicle. It seems it needs some sort or pressure relief valve so that it doesn't eject the gasoline hose and spout so violently. The in indents happened two weeks apart. This other fuel system tank pressure relief devices problem happened on Monday, January 27, 2014.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Mercedes Benz 320

The vehicle was a 2001 Mercedes Benz 320. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Mercedes Benz 320 is WDBRF64171_. Various problems with electrical, heating and cooling, suspension, power steering, lighting, and purge valve systems. Spent 7k in last 3 years alone. Heating and cooling system was removed and reinstalled twice and still does not work right. Struts and steering system completely brakes down every 6 months. I am in the repair shop every 2-3 months! average out of pocket (after extended warranty) $500. . . Outrageous (x4 or 5 per year!). Warranty kicks in another 4k per year. My records show 14 visits to mercedes repair shops since November 2004. . . Insane. This is my first and last mercedes! even my service adviser told me to get a Lexus or Acura!. It was Saturday, Dec. 1, 2007 when this other fuel system tank pressure relief devices issue happened.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Mitsubishi Diamante

The vehicle is a 2000 Mitsubishi Diamante. VIN of the vehicle was 6MMAP57P2Y_. A boom noise has been coming from fuel pump. Vehicle has been in 7 times with no remedy found. Dealer said gas cap was expanding and collapsing. On 3-16-01 gas cap/ fuel pump and fuel gauge were replaced. On 3-16-01 valve and fuel tank assembly were replaced; on 3-23-01, dealer replaced fuel system cleaner kit, and fuel gauge assembly again, and 3-28-2001 gas cap and pressure relaease valve were replaced. It was Dec. 18, 2000 when this other fuel system tank pressure relief devices issue occurred.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Nissan Murano

The car involved is a 2004 Nissan Murano. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was JN8AZ08T34_. Gas tank placement and design is poorly engineered, promoting the opportunity for catastrophic incidents when the driver is not at fault. Death to innocent victims can occur with no collision in near ideal conditions. Specifically, the design of the gas tank and exposure to road hazards is a major safety flaw. The gas tank is plastic (not unusual today) and open to objects that can fly off the front right wheel. The front of the gas tank is openly exposed, with no protection to prevent the puncture of the gas tank, unknowing to the driver, leading to potential death. My particular incident occurred while turning left through an intersection. I heard a sudden noise, like something large was rolling around in the cargo area and banged against the side, but we had no cargo. I stopped and surveyed the car to find a piece of rebar about 2' long hanging down under the car, just in front of the right rear tire. Upon closer inspection the rebar was sticking out of the side of the gas tank, leaking gas. After evaluating what looked to be a freak incident, only 5 days after I bought this brand new car, it became apparent how poor the design was, simply from the placement of the gas tank, and it's exposure. I concluded this wasn't such a freak incident, given the open target the gas tank is to road debris. Somebody's going to die someday because of the poor design unless the manufacturer fixes this. It's simply a bad design that could easily be fixed with a piece of sheet metal to cover the open cavity under the car that makes the front side of the gas tank a perfect target for rocks, metal, parking berms, etc. I guarantee this will not be the only complaint about the open exposure to this gas tank in the Nissan Murano. I'm a pretty safe driver, and I've never had such a thing happen. The fact it happened on the 5th day of ownership tells me something. It's not just bad luck, it's a bad design from a safety point of view. It was 04/07/2004 when this other fuel system tank pressure relief devices issue happened.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Nissan Frontier

The car involved is a 2001 Nissan Frontier. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1N6ED27Y81_. This vehicle was recalled for fuel tank overflow during refueling. The recall service was performed on my vehicle, but the fuel still splashes out. The recall work did not solve the problem. This problem occurred on Monday, January 1, 2001.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Subaru Outback

The vehicle is 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. This issue happened on Sat., Feb. 8, 2003.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Suzuki Grand Vitara

The car was a 1999 Suzuki Grand Vitara. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Suzuki Grand Vitara is JS3TE62V3X_. The contact received NHTSA recall 04v427000l for the fuel system pressure regulator first in 2004. When calling the dealer she left a message on their answering machine, and they did not call her back. She received a second recall notice . Again, she left a message with the dealer's answering machine and no one has called her back. When trying to call the manufacturer she was unable to get through their phone system. This other fuel system tank pressure relief devices problem happened on Thursday, November 17, 2005.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Toyota Sienna

I have a 2001 Toyota Sienna. . Having problems with evap control system. I cannot fill up the gas tank continously. . Stops every few seconds. . . Sometimes spilling gasoline. . (started at about 46,000 miles). . I paid $98 dollars to a local Toyotal service center to have it check. They said, my van has a problem with the "charcoal cannister" and would cost me $500. 00 dollars to replace. . . I called Toyota customer service to find out if they will cover the cost of the replacement since they have a settlement issue with epa regarding these kind of problems. I understand they have a $20 million dollar settlement w/ epa for these kinds of violations. . But they cover vehicles manufactured up to 1998 only. They have extended the warranties for these vehicles to 14 years or 150,000 miles. . . If they are covering vehicles much older than mine, I think that the warranty for my vehicle should also be extended because it has a problem relating to the emissions. Also, $500 dollars is too much for a charcoal cannister replacement. . I would appreciate it very much if you can get this issue resolve with Toyota. They can always get the $500 from the $20 million settlement they had agreed w/ epa. Thank you very much, esteban. It was Thursday, April 15, 2004 when this other fuel system tank pressure relief devices issue occurred.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Toyota Sienna

The car involved was a 2001 Toyota Sienna. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 4T3ZF13CX1_. The vapor valve, which usually stops the refueling when the gas tank is filled up, has been faulty. In essence, when trying to fill up a gas, the pressure in the gas tank builds up and stops the gas pump from refueling every 1 to 2 gallons it has taken us many garage visits, including Toyota dealers, to identify the problem correctly. Toyota USA refused to cover the problem since they claims that our car is out of warranty (Toyota Sienna le 2001). We only contend that this defect was due to the faulty original inspection at the factory and ask that Toyota should be responsible for its own products. The failure date was 10/31/2004.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Volkswagen Passat

The car was a 2002 Volkswagen Passat. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was NOT AVAILA_. Consumer was told by dealer that the qual pack were defective on her vehicle, also stated that the vehicle takes a while to heat up. Ts. It was Monday, December 2, 2002 when this other fuel system tank pressure relief devices issue happened.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Volvo XC70

The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was YV1SZ58D91_. Since I purchased my 2001 Volvo Xc70 with 16,535 miles in August 2004, I have had it into the dealer (borton Volvo) four times to fix the same issue: gasoline shooting out of the tank upon completion of filling. This occurs at any and all gas stations, even after the following remedies have been taken: vent cleaning, fuel control replacement, fuel tank replacement, sending unit replacement, evaporation cannister replacement, and filler neck replacement. I believe this to be a safety issue and an environmental issue with the vehicle. Even following replacement of the aformentioned parts, the problem still exists. This other fuel system tank pressure relief devices problem happened on 07/22/2005.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Volvo V70

The vehicle involved is a 2005 Volvo V70. The contact stated that the vehicle constantly stalls. On one occasion, the vehicle stalled while driving 60 mph and the check engine light illuminated. The contact noticed that when she kept the fuel amount at half a tank, the vehicle would not stall. The dealer stated that the fuel sensor pressure was causing the failure. The manufacturer stated that they were aware of the failure; however, her VIN was not included in NHTSA campaign id number 07v226000 (engine and engine cooling). The vehicle was repaired at the cost of $392. The engine size was unknown. The current mileage was 69,734 and failure mileage was 67,000. This issue happened on Friday, Feb. 1, 2008.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Buick Rendezvous

The car involved was a 2005 Buick Rendezvous. The vehicle had a crash. Over the past year I have been contacting Buick and delphi about the recall on the fuel system in my 2005 Buick Rendezvous. I recently slightly passed out and crashed in the car due to being overcome by the intensive raw gas fumes. I recently contacted both again and I was told that there is a recall on certain vehicles but my vehicles VIN # is not one identified in the recall. I checked to see if my previous complaint was on file and it was no where to be found. I am making this complaint so before hand so that anyone else with this issue can take it serious and take action right away before they start displaying health related issues like me and my family. It was 05/06/2012 when this other fuel system tank pressure relief devices issue happened.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Buick Rendezvous

Tl-the vehicle involved is a 2002 Buick Rendezvous. The contact stated while driving 25 mph the contact smelled fuel inside of the vehicle. The contact stated the fuel gauge was defective and fuel was leaking from the fuel tank due to a broke fuel neck. The contact took the vehicle to a mechanic for a diagnostic test. The mechanic notice a NHTSA campaign I. D. 07e021000 (fuel system, other:storage:tank assembly:pressure relief devices) and suggested the contact call the manufacturer. The manufacturer informed the contact the vehicle was pass the mileage mark for the recall. The failure mileage was 184,000. Jo. The failure date was Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2012.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Cadillac Eldorado

The car was a 1997 Cadillac Eldorado. VIN of the vehicle was 1G6ET1299V_. 1997 Cadillac el dorado. The consumer states he had recall, 04v110000repairs performed on vehicle. This was done approximately on August 30, 2005. When the vehicle came out of the dealership it began leaking fuel. The replaced components were not compatible with the fuel pressure regulator. This caused the fuel to leak. The manufacturer stated the fuel pressure regulator was not part of the recall. The vehicle has been in the service department since this was replaced. It was 08/30/05 when this other fuel system tank pressure relief devices issue happened.

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car   Other Fuel System Tank Pressure Relief Devices problem of Cadillac Deville

The VIN of the car is 1G6KD54Y23_. 2003 Cadillac Deville fuel system problem caused the engine to stop running twice once at aprox 35 miles per hour, and again at 50 miles per hour. The second time was after the dealer had taken the car to fix and returned it telling us the problem was fixed and was safe to drive. The next day it stopped again. This time the dealer had the car 28 days. This problem occurred on Thursday, Dec. 19, 2002.

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