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I'm answering this from my office and don't have access to the car at the moment; however the wheel wells and the underside of the car are not the same color as the outer body; the color almost looks like a white with a yellow tint. Unfortunately there is nothing that have foound that I can remove and take to the auto body supply co. for a color match.
The paint in the L.F. wheel well of my '04 GT3 was damaged by brake fluid when the prior owner installed Club Sport Motons. The exterior of the car is Speed yellow, however the underside is not; it almost looks like a white with a yellow tint. Can anyone provide me with the color code or paint mix for the underside?
Purchased an '04 GT3 last week and drove 400 miles to get it home. After 2 hours I stopped for fuel; the nozel was shutting off within a fraction of a second and the fuel was immediately backing up out of the filler neck. Apparently the tank was filled with air (pressure not vacuum) after holding the flap at the top of the neck open for about 5 -10 minutes to let the air escape, I was able to refuel the car. When I stopped again about 5 hours later, I had the same problem. I left the fuel cap on loose overnight and re-fueled about 1 mile from my home the next morning without a problem. Any ideas as to why/how the fuel tank is being pressurised?