What is the strong smell of gasoline outside the car of a 1995 Toyota Camry

Asked by Jul 01, 2012 at 12:39 AM about the 1995 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: General

Replaced the gas tank about 9 months ago. Now I can smell gas standing outside the car. What could it be?

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You have a leak somewhere, either a hose, a metal fuel line, or at any of the connections/gaskets. It could be in around the gas tank, or along the lines going to the engine. If you smell it inside the engine bay, it could be a leaky injector or the fuel rail. Have it check out ASAP.

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your didnt say if your car is a 6 cyl of a 4 cyl., if not injectors then possibly pulsation dampner at end of fuel injection rail most likely injectors look by valve cover and smell for stronger smell of raw fuel, then look for wet injector or injectors, then replace before it catches on fire!!

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Check the charcoal canister. If it is bad it will cause pressure in the tank. It can build enough pressure to crack the tank or cause a leak at a hose.

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