Question about 2001 Dodge Intrepid
There is a gas smell coming from the AC/Heater. I have sent the car to the dealership, and they can't seem to find the problem, yet they will admit, there is a problem. This is a wonderful car, no other major problems. There is not a gas leak.
Is it actual raw gas smell, or gas fumes maybe from exhaust you are smelling?
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
I have a 2012 Sonata Hybrid. I purchased the vehicle brand new in June of 2012 after a few months of owning it I started to smell gas in the inside of the car. It would take a little while for it to start but after the car was warmed up it was pretty intense. I brought it to the dealership and they had it for two days and could not find a problem. I asked what they looked at and was told they checked all hoses sensors and fuel injectors. The next day while driving I smelled the gas right away and brought it back to the dealer and spoke with the service manager who said he knew of this issue and fixed it on another hybrid a few months before. He told me he was going to contact the engineer to see if he knew of the issue and asked me to leave my car with him for a few days. I got my car back 4 days later and was told the engineer was involved with the solution. They ended up replacing my fuel tank, air intake, fuel injectors, all hoses, spark plugs and connectors. I have had my car back for a few weeks and have had no issues, hope this helps anyone else with this issue.
Posted on Mar 16, 2013
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