Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2005 17:34:24 GMT
From: "mdb" <milo_dhueynospamo.com>
Subject: Re: smell of gas in cabin


additional clue for pondering this. The smell is really only noticeable when the car is refueled, ie, the gas tank is full. As the level of gas goes down, the smell seems to go away. Thus I'm suspicious of something involving the fuel filler neck or something else at the tank end of the fuel system. "Pooh Bear" <rabbitsfriendsandrelationsnospamail.com> wrote in message news:42DE810B.1A4C0CAAnospamail.com... > mdb wrote: > >> We've recently begun to notice a distinct smell of gas in the cabin of my >> wife's 1990 900. Can anyone give me suggestions on the first things to >> check >> before I take it in to the shop to have them drop the fuel tank and check >> everything over. She's noticed a drop in gas mileage also but all >> tune-ups, >> maintenance are up to date. > > Leaking fuel line ? > > Graham >

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