Installing a replacement filler cap - Greasecar gasket sealant seems like super glue
Trying to replace my filler cap, but that Greasecar gasket sealant doesn't seem to want to budge. Is this a lost cause, or will I be able to pry it loose eventually?.
You mean the entire metal rim? If so, why do you need to replace it?
Every 1-2 years I clean the entire assembly thoroughly. I've found that the steel rim and the steel spring inside the cap build up with poly from veggie splashing around, and the "breather" vents on the rubber flap inside the cap can get gummed up.
After about 4 years on veggie, I found that the crud was just a little too much last time around, and I just couldn't get it polished. I figured I'd just replace the whole thing.
You've been running veggie in your TDI a lot longer than I have. How does your cap look?
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Cap still basically perfect. Never had an issue.
But I guess you have a different setup than I do. The cap is its own entity, so if I ever needed to change it I just disconnect the little chain and replace the cap itself. Metal rim is basically permanent.
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