Why would i smell gas fumes in my 2002 subaru outback sedan only when temperature is 35 degrees or below


Asked by Jan 02, 2013 at 10:05 PM

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If link fails you try eriksmartt.com cold weather fuel leak its on Subaru's.


mine has the same problem but only when stationary once you have driven a while the fumes escape the engine bay and do not enter the air intake therefore no more smell in the car

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