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My civic 99 not starting and i'm smelling the gas when i try tp start it

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Try to find exactly where the gas is leaking. Example - rusted gas line - cracked connection. This is the only way to the root of the problem. Once found a repair will be needed. The engine won't start because it is not getting any gas. Good Luck

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