Well what I meant was that there may be a fuel leak happening. When it sets, the fuel may be draining out of the line. If not, then back into the tank, but then I wouldn't expect and smell.
I would get it on a lift, cycle the key and look for a potential problem. Also I would check the fuel pressure, when the problem is expected to happen and see what it is and see how long it takes to lose pressure.
So I wouldn't say that there may be a problem other thant the pump, but odds are stacked in fovor of it.
Wednesday, May 16th, 2007 AT 5:01 PM