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04-29-1999 06:03:10

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My 44 H builds pressure in gas tank. After about 30 min gas actually seeps out of tank at the fuel cap. Is there a vent on tank or is the cap vented? Appreciate any help with this problem. Thanks, CB

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Tom H

04-29-1999 16:38:17

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 Re: H gas tank in reply to Cbrown, 04-29-1999 06:03:10  
You have a VERY DANGEROUS situation there. Pressure can build up until the tank bursts, spewing gas all over a hot manifold, it has happened.

For a free replacement write to:

Navistar International Transportation Corp.
Box 10088 Fort Wayne, IN 46850

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Tom H

04-29-1999 16:49:42

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 Re: Re: H gas tank in reply to Tom H, 04-29-1999 16:38:17  
This offer was printed in Farm Journal magazine November/96, it applies to Internationals or Farmalls:

"If your gas cap does not have two vent holes and does not say: PRESSURE - OPEN SLOWLY you can get a new gas cap free."

If you write, include the Model and Serial Number of your tractor.

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The Red. YUP

04-29-1999 07:04:40

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 Re: H gas tank in reply to Cbrown, 04-29-1999 06:03:10  
You need to drill out the hole in the center of the cap. Sounds like you are plugged.

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04-29-1999 07:20:13

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 Re: Re: H gas tank in reply to The Red. YUP, 04-29-1999 07:04:40  
The supers came out with a different gas cap, was about 2" tall and was a lot better did'nt leak gas, I think that it is still available from CASEIH.

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The Red

04-29-1999 07:53:28

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 Re: Re: Re: H gas tank in reply to Skip, 04-29-1999 07:20:13  
I got 3 or 4 directly from Navistar last year. Took a few months but they are safer and were free.

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04-29-1999 10:57:10

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: H gas tank in reply to The Red, 04-29-1999 07:53:28  
Thanks for the help. My current gas cap is about 3 inches tall. I'll try local Case/IH parts guy for new cap. He should have it he owns 3 H's himself.

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