'98 Voyager fuel cap missing

Discussion in 'Voyager' started by Mikko, Nov 9, 2003.

  1. Mikko

    Mikko Guest

    Hi folks!

    I lost my fuel filler cap of my Voyager, and I'm seeking replacement.
    The owner's manual says to replace it by original part only because of
    possible harm to the emission system from non-chrysler caps.

    How is it; are universal caps too tight or too loose; i.e. should they
    breathe in or not to let air flow through them, or what's the problem or
    possible damage when using them?

    I wouldn't mind spending something like 100e for original because I can
    get universal at e 8.99,-

    p.s. It's been lost for a while, and no problems w/ emissions (just
    checked at inspection) so far.

    And another question... What's the box underside between driver's seat
    and the fuel tank? It's about 15x10 cm's plastic box with one aluminium
    and one rubber tube. Just found out that the rubber tube is a litttle
    bit loose, but I can't find where it affects. Is it the charcoal
    breathing the tank?
     
    Mikko, Nov 9, 2003
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  2. Mikko

    damnnickname Guest

    The check engine lite may be turned on if the evaporative system dectects a
    leak, my advise, use the original cap to prevent problems down the road

    Glenn Beasley
    Chrysler Tech
     
    damnnickname, Nov 11, 2003
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