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Unread 02-17-2008, 02:13 PM   #1
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Compass: Remote Fuel Door?

After messing with the remote mirror, I don't want to mess around with anything else.

Is the fuel door remote? Or do you just open it. I didn't notice anything in the owners manual saying there was a lever for the fuel door. I don't want to just pry it open if there is a lever.

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Unread 02-17-2008, 02:24 PM   #2
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Not remote, just open it.

When in doubt you can go here to download an Owners Manual: http://www.jeep.com/en/owners/manuals/index.html
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Unread 02-17-2008, 07:43 PM   #3
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Thanks. I guess I need to worry less. I drove around the city today and the Compass used about the same amount of gas as my old Protege. I got a lot more comfortable with the car today. I'm used to sub-compacts. That's all I drove before the Protege.

Even though I was driving on snowy roads, I found that I wasn't stressed. The vehicle does exactly what you want it to do. I'm not fighting the road conditions like I used to.
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When in doubt you can go here to download an Owners Manual: http://www.jeep.com/en/owners/manuals/index.html
OR you can even go to your glove box.....
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OR you can even go to your glove box.....
True, but I made a few assumptions:

1. He is closer to his keyboard than his glove compartment
2. He is not sitting in the Compass with a Notebook @ -20C.
3. His wife may have the Compass "out and about".



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Thanks. I guess I need to worry less. I drove around the city today and the Compass used about the same amount of gas as my old Protege. I got a lot more comfortable with the car today. I'm used to sub-compacts. That's all I drove before the Protege.

Even though I was driving on snowy roads, I found that I wasn't stressed. The vehicle does exactly what you want it to do. I'm not fighting the road conditions like I used to.
Very comfortable in the snow and ice! That was the #1 reason that I bought mine and I'm still amazed at how well it does!!
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True, but I made a few assumptions:

1. He is closer to his keyboard than his glove compartment
2. He is not sitting in the Compass with a Notebook @ -20C.
3. His wife may have the Compass "out and about".





Very comfortable in the snow and ice! That was the #1 reason that I bought mine and I'm still amazed at how well it does!!
1. Yes
2. Even colder here
3. No



Very, very comfortable. My old car would have been struggling at times to grip the snow. My tires used to just spin and the ride from day one was "loose". The only minuses on the Compass is those thick pillers in the front. I have to get used to them. Also the body side moulding is too low IMHO. Everything else is a plus.
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