Q: Fuel door stuck.

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Fuel door stuck. Happens intermittently.

How do you open your fuel door? Is there a button that pops it open or to you pull a lever? It is possible that there may be a problem with the switch or cable that opens your fuel door. I would ask for help from a mechanic to see where the malfunction is that is causing your fuel door not to open.

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