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Old 12-04-2005, 12:49 PM
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pukeing fuel out the filler neck

He Y'all

79 F150 460 4bbl C-6
dual tanks
no emission's
totally stock unmolested

All Ive donr to this truck was pull the rear tank and drain out about 5 gallons of stale gas when ever I park and there is the slightest lean to the drivers side it will puke gas out the filler neck

there is no emissions no canister systems on this truck and has only has one hose for the fuel line and a vented gas cap

I also only fill it until the pump clicks and still if i go into a store i come out and gas is all over the parking lot

so W T F???

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Old 12-04-2005, 06:56 PM
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The only thing that comes to mind is the vented fuel cap is bad and not venting properly, or maybe you need to put a vent in your filler hose and vent under the truck to stop the pressure build up.

And don't feel bad, I'm not paranoid, everyone is just out to get me.

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I was thinking the vent on the filler neck also, if it has one it could be stopped up .
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I was thinking the vent on the filler neck also, if it has one it could be stopped up .

I second that..
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ok how about where it goes inbetween the bed and the frame where the rubber hoses are ovaled to get to the tank?maybe pinched??

where could I put a vent?there if one hose out (fuel line)

fill tube&
3/4 senr tube that routs back to the fill tube
If i put a non vented cap on it it will create a vacume and suck the tank to either collapes or a vacume lock
i tried switching caps

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How close is your exhaust to your tank? I know this is a problem with stock Full size jeeps.
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far away right where the ford motor company left it

i dont get it its one frigging stock


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you said you have duel tanks , do you have that problem with both or just the rear tank? the problem is definitly in the ventalation but im not sure how those stock tanks are vented. i would think that ther would be a vent hose back up to the filler neck and the cap would be vented. if this is the stock set up then there is a obstruction in the vent line. you said you have already changed caps so we can eliminate that.
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Yes sir!! bone stock unmolested truck
it has 3 hoses thats it
the pick up tube /fuel line

the big filler one
and a little vent next to it it seems to be un obstructed because while fueling it when getting to full it will squirt out the vent back into the tank

?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ????

makes me wish I could put some kind of check valve on the cap it couldn't be any simpler

the only thing I did out of the ordinary is I put a water separating marine fuel filter after the divert switch but if that was the cause it would do it only with the rear tank off

at this point all I can figure is where the filler tubes go from /to in between the frame and the body of the bed

not only does it such to come out and find my gas on the ground it dangerous im afraid some stooge is gonna throw a match in it thinking it water


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