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Smell of gasoline in cold starts

My 1995 mercury villager has a strong smell of gasoline in the passenger compartment winter months

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  • tonyaranheim Jan 23, 2009

    My 95 Villager does the same. Also, several of the doors / locks
    have issues i.e. get stuck and won't close properly. I can't even
    get the back door open anymore.

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Call a Mercury dealer and give him your 17 digit VIN number and ask him to check for any recalls. If yes, they are free,
Also, this site has files on most Villager & Quest problems.

http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/villagerquest/

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