Vapor Leak

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  1. CajunViper

    CajunViper Viper Owner

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    I have a vapor leak on top of my gasoline tank. The dealer said I have to cut the pan out of the trunk to access it. Is this the only fix. How often has this happened.

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    Dean
     
  2. speedracervr4

    speedracervr4 Viper Owner

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    How do they know It's on top of the gas tank
     
  3. CajunViper

    CajunViper Viper Owner

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    They checked everywhere else a leak could be.
     
  4. bluesrt

    bluesrt Viper Owner

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    they probably did a smoke test on it to find it
     
  5. Tom Sessions

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    I just fixed a large evap leak in a 08 coupe. You can access the fuel pump module and the hoses going to the canister and Leak detection pump through fuel pump access hole above the tank. And you can also see the canister from under the car if you remove the rear diffuser panel and move the heat shield under the tank. Pm me if you would like a little more info.
     
  6. bluesrt

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    ther ya go, this would be your best bet, he has been ther^^^^^^^^
     
  7. CajunViper

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    Thanks Tom, we will try that.
     

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