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Old 05-24-2019, 10:09 AM
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I had a leaky cap like that on my Boxster.... replaced it.... one week later the tank blew a big crack and barfed on the interstate on a really hot day. In other words, it was not the cap causing my leakage, it was really the tank. Needed a tow.

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Originally Posted by Bruce In Philly View Post
I had a leaky cap like that on my Boxster.... replaced it.... one week later the tank blew a big crack and barfed on the interstate on a really hot day. In other words, it was not the cap causing my leakage, it was really the tank. Needed a tow.

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Did the tank split open at the hole for the cap?
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Old 05-24-2019, 03:13 PM
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Did the tank split open at the hole for the cap?
Split on the side IIRC. Nothing to do with the cap or hole.

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