Question about Honda Cars & Trucks
Hello there :)(: LONG DAY HERE,, SPENT 6 HOURS CHANGING MY thermostat housing ON MY 2001 FORD EXPLORER XLS... I had to remove a fuel line just above the housing, so I can access the last bolt:( *Which was the hardest part of my whole project)... Thought everything was good once I reassembled everything,, but I drove 20 miles... & now my truck smells like fuel (& I went through 10 dollars worth of gas) Was I supposed to depressurize something somewhere, or what?? I HAVE NO CLUE!! ***All I can say is that I SAW "fuel shooting out of a breather hose from intake to air filter,, if that makes any sense?? AND: Is it going to cost me a fortune now that I drove the 20 miles???? Since it seems like GAS IS EVERYWHERE NOW**
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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