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08.05.2020 16:43 # 1
hello everyone, first of all, there is a problem in my car whenever I make the full tank of the car 4 5 liters are always on the ground but not full, 150 pounds of scholar throws when it is full, what could be the reason?
08.05.2020 16:43 # 2
It feels like there may be holes in the tank pipe or the top of the tank. I do not know
08.05.2020 16:43 # 3
[QUOTE = technodex] It looks like there might be holes in the tank pipe or the top of the tank. I don't know [/ QUOTE]
I changed the salmon in the part under the back seat, there was a little problem on the top cover, I covered it but still the same situation does not flow a little.
08.05.2020 16:43 # 4
Well, it happened to me, when it was full, it was throwing out the excess diesel from the discharge pipe, so I shouldn't fill it to the bottom.
08.05.2020 16:43 # 5
interesting where does the motor drop from my back?
08.05.2020 16:43 # 6
[QUOTE = m1976k] where is it interesting from my back drop by the motor? [/ QUOTE]
is dropping from the back is actually not dropping, so it flows. I went to the service today, there was another matter and I asked that. If you changed the salmon, it probably said that there was leakage from the pipe going to the warehouse, but it did not sound convincing to me, 90 model & nbsp; whatever it was not in the car would be a bit of a puncture from the pipe, but here it is
08.05.2020 16:43 # 7
the same thing happened to me. This is also the case with peugeot.
08.05.2020 16:43 # 8
There is a reinforcement system in the warehouse of the pejos. They have evacuated to prevent jams in the warehouse.
08.05.2020 16:43 # 9
It is true, friends, the same problem happened with me. I fill the tank until it vomits. The bidet leaked from the tank when I leaned under the car & nbsp; and the warehouse is darkened ... there is no need to push as much as it means.
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