Originally Posted by djmbs
Any reason why a locking gas cap would need a seal.?? The "Easy-fill" system already has a foolproof seal..?? A sealing gas cap would be duplicating that at significant expense with no visible gain..??
No real need. Although redundancy would not be a bad thing. Don't think a seal would add much to cost. There are plenty of locking caps that seal in same price range.
And if it is foolproof why does the owners manual cover what to try when the light comes on to clear it?