Question about 1993 Porsche 911
When you smell the fuel try to stop and open the trunk .Try to see-smell- there if you can smell it more than chek for any leaks arround your fuel tank.These car are NOT supposed to smell by fuel at all.
Just to make sure.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
Your 1993 911 has electronic fuel injection. When the engine is cold, it automatically richens the fuel mixture. This is the equivalent of closing the choke on an old car or tractor with a carburetor. When the car is going down hill, the car is not burning this excess fuel. You are smelling it coming from the exhaust. Once the car warms up, the engine computer automatically leans out the fuel mixture, essentially turning off the choke. Now you don't smell the fuel.
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