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How to Replace Fuel Filler Vent/Bleeder Valve DIY Video (Porsche 996)

In this video we'll go over the fuel vent valve (bleeder valve) replacement for your Porsche 996. If you need to order a new valve, click here.

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I have a 2001 996 Turbo. When the gas tank is full I can smell gasoline vapors. Not the case with a partially filled tank. The location of the odor seems to be from the right wheel well area. The gas cap gasket is in good shape. I have no problem with filling the tank. Could it be related to the Fuel Filler Vent/Bleeder Valve? Upon removing the wheel liner, I see no obvious cracks in the valve or Charcoal filter. Any help would be most appreciated.
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