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94 Jeep Wrangler, 4 x 4 - a couple of weeks ago having trouble turning over to start. Engine light came on a few times over that period then no problems since. This morning I got to work (smelling a strong gas smell) and parked and smelled from in back of jeep. My friend arrived 5 minutes later and she told me she smelled a very strong gas smell. I looked under the jeep and see a few spots but they were dry (on driveway). I do not see any physical live drips coming out but have not gotten under the vehicle. Do you have any ideas before I get it to a garage?

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  • just1lin Sep 02, 2010

    Thanks. I will have my husband check out tonight. Is it okay to drive home from work without catching on fire?

  • just1lin Sep 02, 2010

    I'll have to see what can be done. Thanks for the help!

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You need to inspect the fuel tank, pipes and hoses for leaks! It is necessary to raise the vehicle. Also check the fuel system for leaks engine idling! Pay attention at fuel leaks in order to prevent any fire!

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