Possibly, I've seen bottoming out break a lot of things, from knocking air cleaners loose, shearing spindles off, ripping coolant hoses apart, busted radiators, broken shocks, even seen a driveline get pulled right out of the transmission but I think that was an actual rebound that caused that. It all depends on how hard it hit.
Well I didn't hit anything that day, only thing is I had my gas tanks replaced in april
It is possible that the line was not properly attached and the blow just made it fall off, if that is the case, it's really bad workmanship during the tank replacement. Is that were the leak came form is the tank area?
It was leaking by the back passenger door but the odor was loud in the front seat passenger side
So was the line impacted by something and it showed a jagged edge? The reaso why the fumes were so much on the passenger side as the fresh air intake is on that side so the passenger will be the first one to get the fumes.
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