Question about 2003 Toyota Avalon
Not exactly sure what sensor has been removed but if there was no leak before and now there is, I would highly suggest that this might be the problem........I know that you trust him and I dont ever want to second guess nother mechanic who is hardworking and just trying to earn a living...but I am unsure and hesitant that a sensor that was placed into/on the vehicle by the manufacturer would be able to be left off..........
So, at this point in time equipped with the information, I would suggest to get the vehilce outside, wet underneath the vehciel so the fuel does not accumulate, do not start the car but push/roll it out of the garage if possible, and jack up the car and plug the leak with whatever means you have available to you, as it could be a flammable/dangerous situation that you find yourself in !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
If the part was the fuel tank pressure sensor, he probably didn't plug the line after taking it off. Did it look like the part below? If yes, what is happening is a little gas is getting out by sloshing. It will not be much; but if you want to stop it, get under there with a golf tee and find the hose the gas is dripping from. Shove the tee in the hose as far as you can with your thumb. If the tee is too small, find a bolt or something a little bigger to use instead. Let your mechanic worry about how to get it out later. Let me know if this isn't it or you have more questions.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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