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CRP
2004 BMW 545i Fuel Tank Cap 8 Cyl 4.4L CRP

P311-4849ACF    CPF0031  New

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CRP Fuel Tank Cap
  • Rein OE Quality Fuel Cap
  • Product Attributes:
    • Application Type: Application Specific
    • Link to Manufacturer Page: Www.reinautomotive.com
  • Rein OE Quality Fuel Cap
Brand: CRP
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2004 - BMW 545i V 8 Cyl 4.4L - 4398
Rein
2005 BMW 545i Fuel Tank Cap Rein

P311-2A36829    W0133-1892893  New

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Rein Fuel Tank Cap
  • OE Equivalent
Brand: Rein
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2005 - BMW 545i
Stant
2005 BMW 545i Fuel Tank Cap Stant - OE Equivalent Fuel Cap

P311-3B07337    10844  New

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53.78
Stant Fuel Tank Cap
  • Stant OE Equivalent Fuel Cap
  • ; Color Black
  • OE Equivalent Fuel Cap
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cap Depth (in): 3.000
    • Color: Black
    • Freight Class: 85
    • Fuel Cap Venting: Non-vented
    • Locking: No
    • Material: Plastic
    • Neck Diameter (in): 1.500
    • Shell Diameter (in): 2.563
    • Tether Included: Yes
  • Replacement OE fuel cap to replace lost or worn fuel cap. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Unlike other aftermarket fuel caps, Stant fuel caps include all of the safety features found on the original equipment cap. Customer safety is an important feature of Stant products.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Fuel Type
2005 - BMW 545i GAS

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high pressure fuel tank

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Question From haze386 on high pressure fuel tank

Hi. I have a 2003 Nissan X-trail (a light suv like cr-v). I uses 95-octane gasoline. When i open the fuel tank cap after about an hour of driving, a stream of high pressure air comes out. I'm a little bit worried, because I don't know if it is a problem. Can anyone help me please.

Thanks

Response From Zaras Top Rated Answer

My Father's Toyota's fuel tank does exactly the same. I think it's normal.

Please Help...Malfuntion Indicator Light On...Toyota Camry 2009

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Question From Guest on Please Help...Malfuntion Indicator Light On...Toyota Camry 2009

Hi, on my 1998 Toyota Camry the malfunction indicator lamp is staying on.

I'm not sure why it is on, and any help would be greatly appreciated...are there some quick checks I can do myself??

In the toyota manual it said that the fuel tank cap is not tightened but I already checked that.

Please help, I really don't have money for the dealership.

Thanks, Kelly

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

The "check engine" light is an indicator for a system that monitors many electronic functions in the system, also called the "malfunction indicator lamp" (MIL). It can come on for any of hundreds of different causes from any of the systems that the computer monitors. Some are very important and can lead to further component or engine damage and some are emissions related not as serious but still a problem and need to be repaired.

Your first step is to have the computer scanned to retrieve the trouble codes that were set when the check engine light came on. Those codes will give you specific information about what the computer saw and will get you pointed in the right direction to find your problem. With a 1996 or newer and some 95 cars and you have an AutoZone or Advanced auto parts in your area, they will read them for free. Once you have these code numbers, we can be a lot more specific about what your problem may be.

Response From Guest

SORRY...it's a Toyota Camry 1998...NOT 2009..thnks

high pressure fuel tank

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Question From haze386 on high pressure fuel tank

Hi. I have a 2003 Nissan X-trail (a light suv like cr-v). I uses 95-octane gasoline. When i open the fuel tank cap after about an hour of driving, a stream of high pressure air comes out. I'm a little bit worried, because I don't know if it is a problem. Can anyone help me please.


Thanks

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

I believe you’ll find that this is normal for today’s vehicles. They have a system called “enhanced evaporative emissions” and do not vent fuel system’s fumes to the atmosphere. These fumes are contained and monitored by the computer; when the criteria is meet the computer opens a purge valve and the engine draws these fumes in to be burnt.
Why the pressure builds is that a much larger amount of fuel is delivered to the engines fuel rail (injectors) then what is required to run the engine. This acts like a reserve incase you suddenly jump on the throttle; the fuel is there waiting to be used.
But while cruising (light engine load) this extra fuel is sent back to the tank via return lines. The heating (expansion) of the fuel from being under the hood and the small amount of pressure in the return system ends up back in the tank. That’s until you remove the gas cap or the computer decides to purge the system.
I’ve left a lot out in the explanation of the system but hope I got the idea of why across?
Dan.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Hmm?? Most cars do not require 95 octane and that's your choice but it is not the cause of this problem.

There may be a problem with the vapor recovery system and a little bit of pressure or vacuum could be normal but NOT a lot, T