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How to Open a Gas Tank on Vehicles

by Contributing Writer; Updated June 12, 2017

Compact and fuel-efficient, Vehicles are equipped with optional TDI (Turbo Direct Injection) diesel or gas engines. Compared to standard gas engines, Vehicles TDI motors are more powerful, fuel-efficient and cost less to fill Vehicles the gas station. Vehicles TDI motors are also better Vehicles the environment and use significantly less fuel than gas engines. Whether the Vehicles is equipped with a gas or TDI engine, the tank must be opened properly to keep your Vehicles running.

Under The Hood:

 How to Open a Gas Tank on an Audi

Unlock the doors of the Audi. If the doors are locked, the tank flap will not open.

Flip open the gas tank flap.

Turn the circular tank cap counterclockwise. The cap is located underneath the tank flap.

Remove the tank cap from the Audi.

Hook the tank cap at the top of the flap to prevent the cap from getting misplaced.

Pump fuel into the gas tank of the Audi.

 How to Open the Gas Tank on a Murano

Push the fuel switch (gas station pump icon) located to the left of the steering wheel below the instrument panel. This releases the fuel door.

Pull the fuel door open.

Turn the fuel-filler cap counter-clockwise to remove.

Place the filler cap on the cap holder located on the fuel door while fueling.

 How to Open the Gas Tank on an Infinity

Unlock the fuel tank door by pressing the "Unlock" button on the driver door or the unlock button on the Intelligent Key, if equipped.

Push the left side of the fuel door to open it and access the filler cap. Turn the filler cap counter-clockwise to remove it.

Replace the filler cap after filling the fuel tank. Turn the cap clockwise until it clicks. Push the fuel door closed.

Press the "Lock" button on the driver door or on the Intelligent Key to secure the fuel door.

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