Q: I don't have a fuel cap, its say check fuel fill inlet

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Check fuel fill inlet

Truck has 93000 kilometre Truck automatic transmission.

The problem is in the fuel filler neck not sealing and should be tested using smoke test. You should have the neck replaced and the system checked again for leaks using smoke through the test port in the engine compartment. If no leaks then clear codes in computer.

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