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Does the engine start ? Have you unplugged the fuel pump relay to clear out the excess fuel ?

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SOURCE: Possible heater core problems

that smell is coolant and yes you need to replace the heater core.

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SOURCE: 2000 Buick Century gas gauge reads full all the time

You're either looking at a short in the wire that goes to the fuel sender, or a bad fuel sender. If it was just a broken wire, it would read empty instead. The fuel sender is a permanent part of the fuel pump, so that has to be replaced as a unit.

Posted on Oct 20, 2009

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It sounds like the engine computer. Also check the resistance in the injectors and o-rings. O2 sensor and coolant temp sensor could give you a problem.

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50/50 ethylene glycol to water.

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SOURCE: 2005 Buick Century smells of gas inside and out

Sounds like a leaking injector.

Posted on Jan 10, 2011

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I have a 1988 Buick century 3.8 that randomly stalls on me. when it does there is usually a strong smell of gas.


If you smel gas/petrol it is flooding
see link belwo for information on engine flooding

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By the gas tank there is a type of vapor line, on which there is a rubber elbow in between the two lines. One end is smaller than the other. If that rubber piece is not airtight the engine will stall out, I hope that helps.

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I have a problem with my 1988 Buick Century, 2.5L 4 cyl engine. I think it has to do with maybe the MAP sensor. Problem: when it's really cold outside, I can not get the engine to start unless I floor...


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if it's fuel injected you will cause yourself major headaches by giving it gas (flooding) so you should actually be able to start the car without touching the gas pedal

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that smell is coolant and yes you need to replace the heater core.

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Re-post 1998 buick,century not starting after alot,too much gas?


Sounds like you are flooding the engine with fuel. On the fuel rail you will find a fuel pressure regulator. Try replacing that . It sounds as if the pressure g=regulator isn't working therefore allowing a lot more fuel than it should. Hope this helps you out.

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