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Old 04-01-2019, 06:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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All of my gas leaked/poured out after I drove over a dip in the ground (on grass). Did a hose or something disconnect? I also got a check engine light code for a suction control valve stuck (P0089). The ground did not look like something got clipped, looks normal. I have not lifted the car yet.


My ABS light and brake lights are on. My brakes seem to work fine but not sure if the ABS sensor/pump is bad or something else. Making a left turn feels weird, feels like the front left wheel is not moving smoothly. I did replace a brake line on that side and refilled the brake fluid. Is there a way to diagnose with some sort of scanner? Maybe there is air in the brake line?






I appreciate any help I can get to get my car back on the road.
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Hey Guys,
All of my gas leaked/poured out after I drove over a dip in the ground (on grass). Did a hose or something disconnect? I also got a check engine light code for a suction control valve stuck (P0089). The ground did not look like something got clipped, looks normal. I have not lifted the car yet.


My ABS light and brake lights are on. My brakes seem to work fine but not sure if the ABS sensor/pump is bad or something else. Making a left turn feels weird, feels like the front left wheel is not moving smoothly. I did replace a brake line on that side and refilled the brake fluid. Is there a way to diagnose with some sort of scanner? Maybe there is air in the brake line?






I appreciate any help I can get to get my car back on the road.
Thank You
You need to get the car up in the air and check where the gas leak Is coming from. I doubt due to location you put a hole in the gas tank seems more like a feed line to the engine.
As far as brake bleeding on a Fisker itís a special procedure and you need the Fisker program in order to do it correctly
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You need to get the car up in the air and check where the gas leak Is coming from. I doubt due to location you put a hole in the gas tank seems more like a feed line to the engine.
As far as brake bleeding on a Fisker itís a special procedure and you need the Fisker program in order to do it correctly
Gotcha. I will lift it up and see whats up.
As far as brakes go is this something that can get sent to me or would I need to get the car to Fisker? Nearest one is 250 miles from me. No other dealer can do it?
Can I drive without bleeding the brake?
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So I lifted up the car, added more gas and as soon as I even open a door even the gas just pours out. Seems to be above the gas tank but I can't see or access anything above it.I had a suction control valve stuck check engine light come up but it went away. Maybe related? I definitely can't drive the car now until I figure this out. Fun time.
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The fuel pump activates to prime the injector pump when you wake the car up. The main feed line runs up behind the hv battery over the front edge of the rear subframe to the top of the tank. Youll likely need to pull the trunk closeout panels to look. Ive seen lines get eaten by rodents. The main line is steel but it switches to poly up by the pump. The suction valve (which isnt even the correct terminology) wouldnt have anything to do with a liquid fuel leak. The evap or purge valve as its properly called is for the evaporative emissions system or vapor system.
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Somehow the main feed line on top of the tank popped off completely so as soon as car wakes up, the fuel was just gushing out. Harleyguy pointed me to check the trunk cover and I ended up removing the inverter and putting the line back on and locking it in. Seems to be ok now. Appreciate the help.

I still have the ABS/Brake issue. Can some other dealer do the brake bleeding or has to be Fisker? Nearest one is 250 miles.
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