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Re: loading fuel in tanq
There nothing broke you just have to adjust how far you stick the nozzle in and if you have to tilt it ,a lot of cars and trucks do this,try inserting the nozzle in 3/4 of the way and pump slow then speed up,if it does it again pull out further and try again.
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Check Fuel pump seal at top of tank. Check carbon canister to see if it full of fuel and or carbon. You will have to disconnect the hoses to it and tip it upside down. Plugged evap hoses from tank to engine. Leaking fuel injector.
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.
Check entire fuel system for leaks 99% of time wen you smell GAS.... there is a leak. So be very careful. Gasoline leaks can be very dangerous. If you had a tune up lately or changed a fuel filter that can be your problem because they are metal line then can be left loose accidentally. Check all fuel lines from fuel thank towards the engine compartment and you should be able to locate source of the smell. Good Luck and contact if you need more help. Thanks for using FIX YA
MINE DID THIS WHEN THE FUEL PUMP STARTED GOING OUT I CHANGE IT AND BAM FIXED THE PROBLEM WHEN THE PUMP SLAKS UP PUMPING THE COMPUTER TELLS IT TO PUMP MORE AND MORE AND WHEN THE PUMP KICKED IN IT WAS TO MUCH GAS AND FUEL ODOR EGULPED THE INTERIOR OF THE CAR HOPE THIS HELPS
Did you fix this yet? Are you getting fuel to the plugs? Try starting the car, then remove one of the plugs. Check for the smell of fresh gasoline. You could also try smelling the exhaust to see if there is a fresh unburt gasoline smell. If your getting fuel, then the fuel system is probably not the problem. Are you getting spark to the plugs? After you replaced the Distributor, did you adjust the timing?