Last post on Jul 07, 2009 at 4:00 PM
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#5 of 6 Re: Gas smell in cabin of 1995 Nissan Quest when cold [noodle2]
Jan 16, 2009 (11:58 am)
Thanks for this post! Some of the screws were so hard to get to, I had to buy special long pliers to reach and turn them. If you keep following the hose from the fuel filter(the metal canister) to the engine, there are even more screws to tighten...(They would be located to the left of the picture) that is where I found my leak.
#6 of 6 96 villager with gas odour in cabin
Jul 07, 2009 (4:00 pm)
changed the fuel tank, changed the fuel filter, changed the carbon filter, tightenened every connection, changed vacumn hoses, checked the filler pipe, ran flex lines and bypased metal lines just to be sure it wasn't a pinhole leak. checked every internet site.
Finally listened to my wife and changed the gas cap...That was it ...10 bucks!
No diagnostic light... nothing!...but all along it was the fuel cap!
One month of trying this and that and pulling what hair I had left out!