Question about Air Intake & Fuel Delivery for Honda Pilot
When the weather is cold I get a gas smell inside the car. Does not happen in warm weather. When I first start the car it is usually fine. Then I drive a little ways(0.5 or 1 mile) and stop at a stoplight and I get the gas smell. I open the hood and can smell the gas so it's not from the tank or a leak in the line. I had a mechanic look at the injector seals last winter and they said they were all good.
Winter (or rather cold weather) can cause fuel leaks, You should go over the fuel system and check all connections and clamps to be properly fitted and secured. Some vehicles are worse about this than others. I have an older Nissan, and there's a saying when it gets closer to Christmas- Tis the season for fuel leaks! Check your hoses.
Posted on Dec 10, 2014
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