I CAN SMELL GAS FOR 20 MINUTES WHEN ITS COLD OUT
1988 Jeep Wagoneer • 6 cylinder 2WD Automatic • 133,096 miles
1988 Jeep Wagoneer 4.0L mileage: 133,096. This problem started happening when the weather got extremely cold. When I first start the engine, I can smell gas. I can smell it for about twenty minutes after the truck is running. I checked on the ground below the engine and I do not see any signs of a leak. There were other days when it was not as cold, and I did not smell a thing.
Get your car inspected immediately. Leaking gasoline is an extreme fire hazard. Especially have the seals on the fuel injectors checked.
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