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Smell gas inside threw the vents throttle body has been replaced also took it to ford dealer and they did smell it they changed the oil and said it was fixed but it is making everyone sick that rides in it

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Have you confirmed that a fuel rail hasn't been cracked or an injector loosened?

For now, don't drive it unless in dire emergency or you might cause one!

I believe on your vehicle that to the throttle body would be a line from the EGR valve...if when they put on the new throttle body they didn't reattach it properly or it has a cracked fitting then you might smell it. Have you noticed a declined performance and/or more gas usage?

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You have a gas leak somewhere, and it would be a good idea to find it soon before it hits a spark and catches on fire!!

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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