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You shouldn't have to "crack the fuel tank cap".
As previously pointed out, you will need some form of air leak to prevent a vacuum. Every cap I've used had a thumb screw in the center of the cap that when loosened, allows air in the tank. Cracking the fuel cap would work, but it could get messy if the tank is near full.
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