My '91 pickup has just developed a strong gas odor. It is only noticable when the truck has been run for a while, and then it is very strong, both inside the cab and outside the vehicle. If the truck sits for a while, the odor goes away. I have looked in the engine compartment, but cannot see anything obvious, and frankly I don't know if I am looking in the right places.
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The gas lines run through the frame for protection. Leak could be above frame and dripping down line, into frame. Or leak could be from rub through where frame touches line. Or could be from vent of overflow line.
its the IG switch circuit or the IG switch Or ECU Which all means that check your Computer behind the right side kick panal for a good connection on everything and check the IG switch which is the ignition switch its located under the dash connected to your ignition
well depends how strong you are, and if you are using a car lift or doing on your back. either way drain the transfer case fluid, should be bolt on bottom, otherwise when you seperate the transfer case from trans there will big mess. take transfer case off first note how it is mounted with paint marker and then take trans out. much easier then leaving together.