97 Honda accord wag. Ex. Why do I have rich fuel smell when temp. Outside air is above avg.? Carbon canister?

Asked by May 07, 2013 at 01:10 AM

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If you are smelling gasoline in the cabin, it's a fuel leak in the engine compartment. How's your MPG"s? It could be a bad fuel pressure regulator. It could also be a leaking hose.

If it were the carbon canister, there would be evaporative errors and CEL would appear with an error of that nature....think you have a small fuel leak at the intake plenum...possibly an intake gasket~

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