Question about 2005 Dodge Neon
Cant find fuel leak or evap leak no crack in the fuel tank any one know what else it could be
Usually, what you smell inside the car is coming thru the vent from the engine compartment.
So it could be a leak around the engine or the vapor canister. Its possible the canister gets overloaded from time to time when the computer vents the gas tank to the canister. A very small leak can be a very strong smell inside the car.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Verify you have good strong spark at the plugs. Also you want to check the fuel pressure with a gauge. If it's within specs and you have good spark, it could be flooded. Once in a while these trucks will flood the plugs if the secondary ignition has not been replaced in a while. Try starting the truck with the throttle wide open (clear flood mode) and see if it fires. If not, look at the plugs and replace as needed.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
Did you clear the code after replacing the gas cap and cracked hose?
You can do this with an OBD-II scanner from Walmart which costs under $100, or have the auto parts store do it that you bought your parts from if they are willing.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
Could be your heater core leaking,is your coolant level low and feel the front floor board carpet,is it wet.
Posted on Nov 27, 2012
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P0443 The fuel vapor canister reduces that gas smell on hot days outside/inside of car. The fuel vapor canister fillers bad smells from gas tank on hot days when the gas expands and burps fumes through carbon canister filter. From the canister (gas vapor fumes) goes back into the engine to be burned again...it's a closed loop for vapors to be recycled though engine. Don't worry, once the carbon canister dries out and no longer flooded with raw fuel the code should go away...just don't let the top off fuel tank back flow into the 'Evap emission control' carbon filter near the top and close to the gas cap...:)
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