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My car have a very strong gasoline smell

At the moment my car it's having a very strong gasoline smell and I don't know is this could be a seriuos problem

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Maybe your fuel mixture is rich, try checking your distributor for proper spark and plugs.

Posted on Dec 02, 2012

  • Rafael Rodriguez Dec 04, 2012

    No it's not, is the fuel pressure regulator.

  • Jeff Feb 04, 2014

    Rusted fuel lines. Fuel pressure regulator. Tube that the gas cap screws onto could be broke at the fuel tank.

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