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DSMalexMar-23-14 11:55 AM
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#105965, "RE: Gas door issue"
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Mar-23-14 11:56 AM by DSMalex


My Talon does the same thing, I believe the lever that is located on the body of the car inside of the fuel neck assembly has worn down over the years. What I have done recently is put a flat head screwdriver in between the gas door and the quarter panel to create resistance and then pull the lever from inside the vehicle. I am going to fix mine asap seeing as I will be repainting the whole vehicle. The last thing I want is dents and scratches after I have 3k invested in a paint job. I would try that first. The other thing I have seen is people not close the doors after they get them open in order to keep them from having to look retarded at the gas station every time they go to get gas. Common problem on these cars. Had 3 different DSMs that did the same thing. Best of luck.


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Gas door issue [View all] , Rude55, Apr-25-13 09:23 PM
  RE: Gas door issue, Islandertalon, Apr-25-13 10:05 PM, #1
RE: Gas door issue, junkyarddsm, Apr-29-13 08:57 PM, #2
RE: Gas door issue, bluespunk, Jun-04-13 11:08 AM, #3
RE: Gas door issue, DSMalex, Mar-23-14 11:55 AM #4

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