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  1. Thanks for your input..DBJoe996 & b3freak...there is no way I am able to get fuel into the car, tried 6 different pumps and every possible angle.... I am making an appointment with Porsche to have the fuel line vent valve replaced....now also the Check Engine Light is on... It does not look like the gas cap is damaged.....Sechelt
  2. Thanks DRA, I have found out and you confirm fueling up can be difficult. Strange that pumps where I am now in California have worked before, but do not work now. I wonder if the tank has to be below 1/4 full to accept fuel? I just tried 4 different gas stations with the same result. I will have to try some more stations. Any other comments would be welcomed. Sechelt
  3. Hi There; I am having trouble getting fuel into my 996. I have tried moving the filler pump to the top down & all around. But still will not accept fuel. I have checked all the fuses and none are blown. I am presently in California, where most of the filler pumps are the new style, I have heard that older pumps work fine. Hoping to not have to take my 996 to the Dealer in California, as I am from Canada. Any Tips would be appreciated. Sechelt
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