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  1. I think the one on top of the tank is only a pressure sensor. From what I can see in the Bentley manual, the actual valve that opens when you fill the car is somewhere behind the carbon canister inside the right fender. Will explore further, but if this does not fix it, I am going to weld the fuel filler door shut, drill a big hole in the hood and the tank and put a racing fuel cap in the middle of the hood.
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  2. I have a 2005 Carrera S with 68,000 miles. I recently started having problems with a large white cloud appearing only at start-up and some poor throttle response at low rpms. I had also noticed for the last few months that the oil consumption seemed a faster than usual for my car. After a little reading I found that it might be due to the AOS. My Durametric program was giving some RKAT and misfire codes, but the check engine light (CEL) was not on - of course, after I checked the codes, the CEL came on. With the engine running, I tried to remove the oil filler cap but couldn't - I would h
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