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Mahindra Pik-up Fuel cap replacement
Mahindra Pik-up fuel cap replacement
The fuel cap (fuel filler cap) has a very important part to play in the operation of a Mahindra Pik-up. Since the 1970s, vehicle manufacturers started to reduce passenger vehicle emissions. One element of achieving this was to reduce the fuel vapour being released from car fuel tanks. Vehicles were fitted with emission control system monitors and an evaporative emission control system (EVAP) which sealed the fuel system of a vehicle, preventing fuel vapour from being released into the atmosphere. Fuel evaporates rapidly and if exposed to air will constantly pollute the environment, even if your Mahindra Pik-up is parked.
Consequently, the importance of the then ‘insignificant’ fuel cap jumped into the spotlight. Now, when your Mahindra Pik-up’s fuel cap fails it can illuminate the vehicle’s check engine light as the system senses a fuel vapour discharge. Also, if the humble fuel cap is faulty it not only can increase fuel consumption but could also create a potentially dangerous situation should a spark cause ignition from flammable vapour leaking from your Mahindra Pik-up.
We handle the fuel cap every time we fill up. Next time you do so, examine it. The cap can quickly get damaged or wear out over time. If your Mahindra Pik-up’s fuel cap needs to be replaced this will cost you around $20 to $160. Price will depend on what Mahindra Pik-up you have and the type of fuel cap required for that specific vehicle.