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Fuel smell from under hood when running and after being shut off

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  • bettamsw Feb 03, 2009

    Didn't really help. still don't know where the fuel smell is coming from. I would fix myself, but not sure what needs changed

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Do not use car ,get garage to tow it in,fuel lines perished and need changing.This is a very dangerous thing do not drive the car

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