In article <gpIWe.email@example.com>, Peter
Sheppard <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
>So, simple question after all this - should the cap on the 110 diesel
Can't speak to the fuel starvation issue, but the cap should be
breathable. Mine forms a vacuum in the tank too, and it's very annoying.
I've had the fuel cap apart three times now. There are a couple of tiny
spring-loaded non-return air valves in it, presumably intended to let it
breathe without fuel leaking, but they don't seem to work, although
obviously I've spent ages checking they move easily and that nothing's
obstructing access to them.
This one's got me baffled, and I imagine that continued large-scale
flexing of the tank can't be good for it's paint coating either.
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