Date: Sun, 10 Sep 2006 21:17:24 GMT
From: "Nightmare" <nightmarenospamu>
Subject: Re: Fuel smell in cabin '88 Saab 900


The best SAAB site ever:-) About the gassmell,wonder if he might have to remove the rearseat as well I mean if some fuel have found its way to the floorboard? Regards Nightmare "Jeremy Brown" <jerem43nospamnet> skrev i meddelandet news:wa_Mg.99428$5i3.58299nospamsc04-news.ops.worldnet.att.net... > If the fuel sender is in the area under ther trunk (boot) floor, you would > have to fold the rear seat down and remove the floor panel to get at the > sender. > > After you removed the sender, did any of the gas spill onto the carpeted > back of the rear seat, the rear compartment felt or run down into the > carpeting? That would account for the smell. You can remove the carpeting > or felt and wash them in a large commercial washer (Like at a laundromat), > the seat you will need to scrub. > > Jeremy > > -- > Visit my Saab & me at: > http://jerem43.home.att.net > > > "Madrona" <u26442nospamgt; wrote in message news:6618289c30123nospam.. >>I have replaced the fuel sending unit and the seal mounted in the top of >>the >> fuel tank. Still get strong gas smell from rear trunk area. Have had had >> Saab shop use hydrocarbon sniffer and can not locate the problem. Any >> help >> appreciated. >> >> -- >> Madrona >> > >

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