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Old 10-04-2007, 03:16 AM   #1
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Every time I fill up our 2002 DSDP, and I am very careful, some fuel spills out no matter how hard I try to keep it from doing this. After wiping and cleaning everything we go down the road having a great time. But when I stop and take a look at one or both fuel doors diesel fuel had leaked out and has started to hurt the paint. Two questions: Can this be fixed in some way? And can the paint be fixed without painting.

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Every time I fill up our 2002 DSDP, and I am very careful, some fuel spills out no matter how hard I try to keep it from doing this. After wiping and cleaning everything we go down the road having a great time. But when I stop and take a look at one or both fuel doors diesel fuel had leaked out and has started to hurt the paint. Two questions: Can this be fixed in some way? And can the paint be fixed without painting.

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Old 10-04-2007, 03:55 AM   #3
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You might try changing to non vented caps. Worked for me.
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