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Old 16-05-17, 12:41 PM   #1
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Hi all,

I've replaced the fuel cap sensor on my car (the one with the green end) and took out the fuel cap and started the car and there was NO error about the cap not being on (not a good sign).

When I replaced it, the green end/magnet went on the fuel inlet and the other end connected to another connector that looked like it went to the fuel tank. Does anyone know the part name/number for the one that connects the fuel cap sensor the fuel tank/pump?

Doesn't seem to much online about it. At the moment, the fault is still registering in DiagBox and preventing the car from auto regenerating.

Thanks in advance for the help!
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Old 16-05-17, 04:04 PM   #2
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Are the magnets still in place on the fuel cap ??
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Hi Storeman,

Yes, the magnets are still on the fuel cap. Checked that by putting some metal next to the magnets and it held.

The concern is the fuel cap sensor has been replaced and even removing the cap and starting the car, there should apparently be an error that the fuel cap isn't on.

What I'm after is the part that connects the fuel cap sensor to what looks like the fuel tank/pump
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Is this any help....
I think Item 20 maybe what you are looking for

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