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Re: after fill up smell of gas
Maybe the gas smell is on your hands? or it's just kind of lingering for a while. as long as it goes away after a little while, and you don't notice that your gas is leaking out of the tank I would think everything is fine.
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Waht do you mean is damaged the axle its self or just the inside gears(Ring and Pinion) are bad>If its the insides then yes the ring and pinion will inner change.Just be sure to use the assembly,pinion,ring gear,spider gears and all shims..
open your trunk and pull back the carpet behind the taillight assembly you should see several connections on the back, you want the one in the center, or red part of the tailight, twist the connection counterclockwise, i believe, look to make sure. it should be pretty simple and easy to figure out, its a twin fillament bulb that pulls straight out
Raise the car w/ a jack and place on safety stands after your next fill up. Look at gas tank, vent hoses, fill hose, fuel lines , something is definitely leaking. It could be anything from rusty deteriorating gas tank, or fuel lines, to a loose connection of the fill pipe, rotted, split vent line, etc. Check this out asap as this sounds like a serious safety concern, you don't want to be driving a fire bomb
have you tried jumping the engine directly? It wont fix your problem permanently but might get the car started and give you a better idea of what is wrong. connect the negative cable to the engine block and the positive to the battery, good luck hope this helps