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Date: Sun, 10 Sep 2006 20:01:32 GMT
From: "Jeremy Brown" <jerem43nospamnet>
Subject: Re: Fuel smell in cabin '88 Saab 900

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: "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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