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Old 10-05-2016, 10:01 AM
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Something is terribly wrong because a condition like that in a new car would have initiated a major recall. You must have a broken connection or a tube that has rusted through.

Carefully follow the tube and use all your senses as you go. Move it around. Use a flashlight.

Is there a strong odor in your trunk? Is this happening on hot days? C'mon, give more detail because all I know is what you report, which is; this is the second time the vent tube is leaking after a fill-up. - Dave
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