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Old 02-11-2009, 09:57 PM   #2526
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car spent 3yrs in NC, 2 yrs in San Antonio- had plenty of cold weather in NC, but no fuel smell til Dec 08 in TX.
paid for service (along with timing and drive belts at the same time)
contacted SOA after (didn't know better)
told service manager (Gillman, San Antonio) I heard about TSB on Nasioc, they didn't offer to contact SOA for goodwill.
just called SOA today to check status (after a month and a half) and they said check for $299 was sent yesterday
I guess half is better than nothing. Subaru just saved another customer.
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Old 02-12-2009, 09:47 AM   #2527
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I got my car back from my Subaru dealer this morning. I spoke with the service manager briefly about the new parts that were installed for the raw fuel smell. It turns out that Subaru authorized the entire original TSB parts to be replaced. It seems there is no new replacement design; just the installation of new parts per the old TSB (which we are all familiar with). So, at least on my car, there is no new design to fix the old problem.
I am hopeful that the fresh install will not lead to a repeat of the fuel smell. Fingers crossed (though logic tells me that if nothing is changed from the old design I can expect to smell gas by next year's cold season. At least one variable being the installer may have done a better job, and maybe used better clamps).
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Old 02-12-2009, 12:58 PM   #2528
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I got my car back from my Subaru dealer this morning. I spoke with the service manager briefly about the new parts that were installed for the raw fuel smell. It turns out that Subaru authorized the entire original TSB parts to be replaced. It seems there is no new replacement design; just the installation of new parts per the old TSB (which we are all familiar with). So, at least on my car, there is no new design to fix the old problem.
I am hopeful that the fresh install will not lead to a repeat of the fuel smell. Fingers crossed (though logic tells me that if nothing is changed from the old design I can expect to smell gas by next year's cold season. At least one variable being the installer may have done a better job, and maybe used better clamps).
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That's disappointing.

For your sake I hope this repair lasts, but I would think that all Subaru dealers would use the same fuel line clamps.

I wonder how many other people have had this repair done per the TSB only to have the fuel leak reoccur?
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Old 02-12-2009, 01:44 PM   #2529
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That's disappointing.

For your sake I hope this repair lasts, but I would think that all Subaru dealers would use the same fuel line clamps.

I wonder how many other people have had this repair done per the TSB only to have the fuel leak reoccur?
come on now. a little optimism won't hurt a bit.
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ps yes I'm invested in hoping this latest repair is the ticket.
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Old 02-12-2009, 02:31 PM   #2530
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I finally broke down and called the dealership about the raw fuel smell issue with my vehicle. I was instructed to call or email SOA. I did so the following day. I emailed them my vin, build date, and every little detail that I figured they would need to address the issue. I received an email stating that due to the fact that my vehicle was well over its 3 year 36,000 mile factory warranty that SOA could do truly nothing to help me out with my situation. Anybody got any tips to use that could possibly sway their thoughts to help get this fixed?
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Old 02-12-2009, 02:41 PM   #2531
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I finally broke down and called the dealership about the raw fuel smell issue with my vehicle. I was instructed to call or email SOA. I did so the following day. I emailed them my vin, build date, and every little detail that I figured they would need to address the issue. I received an email stating that due to the fact that my vehicle was well over its 3 year 36,000 mile factory warranty that SOA could do truly nothing to help me out with my situation. Anybody got any tips to use that could possibly sway their thoughts to help get this fixed?
Yes, calling them and speaking to them is much better. This post has a plethora of information on how to address this and how to approach SOA. I would recommend a little time researching the past 10-20 pages.
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Old 02-12-2009, 02:44 PM   #2532
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I finally broke down and called the dealership about the raw fuel smell issue with my vehicle. I was instructed to call or email SOA. I did so the following day. I emailed them my vin, build date, and every little detail that I figured they would need to address the issue. I received an email stating that due to the fact that my vehicle was well over its 3 year 36,000 mile factory warranty that SOA could do truly nothing to help me out with my situation. Anybody got any tips to use that could possibly sway their thoughts to help get this fixed?
That doesn't even sound right. My repairs were done for free (well,I rented a car) this week, with nearly 56k miles on it. It's an 02. Give Subaru a call and speak to someone personally.
What is "every little detail"? They are aware of the problem. So imho, they just need to know the car has that raw fuel bouquet in the cabin. Typically, in my experience, you'll be instructed to call your dealer, and make an appointment, then let Subaru know when the appointment is. The dealer has to confirm the raw fuel smell, then he/she contacts the district/regional manager who makes a decision about how the dealer should proceed. From what you're saying it's a toss-up from there. But many have had the repair work done as a courtesy by Subaru.
Try again. Good luck!
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Old 02-13-2009, 08:55 PM   #2533
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it would seem that SOA cut me a check and it's in the mail for the full amount plus taxes. great to know since i just dropped $400 to replace both wheel bearings.
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Old 02-14-2009, 08:29 PM   #2534
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Model year: 2002
Mileage: 87800
do you have engine mods?: Stage2 with Up/Downpipe/STi exhaust, various suspension bits.

Date of repair: 2-13-09
Dealer that completed repair: CARR Subaru, Beaverton, OR
How much did you pay for the repair: $0
Did you contact SOA: Yes
Did you ask for the discount, or did they just do it: Asked for it.
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1. Contacted SOA by email and told them about fuel smell problem. I was told to make apppointment with dealer.
2. Made appointment with dealer to confirm/diagnose problem. SOA called the dealer on the day of appointemnt to follow up.
3. Dealer confirmed fuel leak/smell. I was told they will contact regional manager, who will decide how the issue will be handled, and then get back to me.
4. Dealer called me back a few days later telling me that they'll cover the parts but I was responsible for the labor. Quoted me $141 for total repair. A lot less than what I was expecting for labor... Possibly warranty pricing? Anyways I agreed and made appointment for repair.
5. Got it repaired yesterday. They had the car for about 6 hours. Invoice indicates they replaced the fuel line and rubber hose described in the TSB and 2 new gasgets for the intake manifold.
6. When I picked up the car, I was told no charge, covered under warranty.

Hopefully there will be a cold day in the near future so I can confirm everything is fine.
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Old 02-15-2009, 01:12 PM   #2535
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^^ if it wasn't cold, how did they diagnose the problem?

My problem is that when I drive to the ski slopes I get the smell, but since it doesn't get that cold here in Raleigh they can't confirm fuel smell.
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Old 02-15-2009, 06:13 PM   #2536
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^^ if it wasn't cold, how did they diagnose the problem?

My problem is that when I drive to the ski slopes I get the smell, but since it doesn't get that cold here in Raleigh they can't confirm fuel smell.
They should be able to see evidence of the leak below the manifold.
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Old 02-15-2009, 11:03 PM   #2537
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They should be able to see evidence of the leak below the manifold.
What does it look like?
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Old 02-16-2009, 01:57 AM   #2538
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They should be able to see evidence of the leak below the manifold.
Yup, that's what they told me. But I had to push them a little to look for it though. At first, the service guy told me I had to leave my car over night or bring it back on a cold day. Unfortunately, it's not everyday that we get below 30 degrees weather here. So I told him to just take a look to see if he can see any evidence of it (IIRC it was leaking a day or two before I took the car in). And explained that on cold mornings, I can see the fuel dripping from the lines underneath the turbo inlet hose. About a half an hour later, he came back and told me they found dampness from fuel in that area.
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Old 02-16-2009, 08:41 AM   #2539
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I checked my mail on Saturday and I received my refund check for my TSB service. I had followed up with Jodi on this past Monday and she stated that she would do her best to get it out by the end of the week.

I was expecting that meant they would send it out by Friday but I received it on Saturday! I was really happy and I'm going to deposit it today. Again big ups for SOA on this matter!!!
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Old 02-16-2009, 11:23 AM   #2540
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Mine does this at below freezing temperatures. I called SOA and the representative told me that they will cover this, after I fully pay, to a certain extent based on brand loyalty, years of ownership, and potential to buy another Subaru. I flipped when he said that because to me it sounds like someone who spends more money with Subaru is facing a much more serious fuel leak than I am and therefore should have it fixed without cost or delay.


Sorry for not feeling like going through 102 pages of posts, but why hasn't then been considered a recall by Subaru? From what I gather, there is actual fuel leaking out from between two hoses because they do not sit flush in below freezing weather?

How is this not a serious safety hazard and has anyone contacted the EPA regarding this? Fuel leaking from a car is a serious environmental hazard too and if the EPA was made aware of this then I'm pretty sure Subaru would have to completely fix this problem at no cost to us.
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Mine does this at below freezing temperatures. I called SOA and the representative told me that they will cover this, after I fully pay, to a certain extent based on brand loyalty, years of ownership, and potential to buy another Subaru. I flipped when he said that because to me it sounds like someone who spends more money with Subaru is facing a much more serious fuel leak than I am and therefore should have it fixed without cost or delay.


Sorry for not feeling like going through 102 pages of posts, but why hasn't then been considered a recall by Subaru? From what I gather, there is actual fuel leaking out from between two hoses because they do not sit flush in below freezing weather?

How is this not a serious safety hazard and has anyone contacted the EPA regarding this? Fuel leaking from a car is a serious environmental hazard too and if the EPA was made aware of this then I'm pretty sure Subaru would have to completely fix this problem at no cost to us.
B/C LOTS of people live where it doesn't freeze. Therefore, they don't experience this problem. It's simple economics.
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So does that make it any unsafer, or less hazardous for the ones that do face freezing temperatures? If it's such simple economics and LOTS of people live where it doesnt freeze, then this shouldnt be such a difficult or as expensive a recall as say a seat belt issue or something that affects your vehicle no matter the climate.

And as far as I can tell, just as many people drive Subarus in colder climates as they do in warmer ones if not more so.
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Old 02-16-2009, 01:59 PM   #2543
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So does that make it any unsafer, or less hazardous for the ones that do face freezing temperatures? If it's such simple economics and LOTS of people live where it doesnt freeze, then this shouldnt be such a difficult or as expensive a recall as say a seat belt issue or something that affects your vehicle no matter the climate.

And as far as I can tell, just as many people drive Subarus in colder climates as they do in warmer ones if not more so.
You're not understanding what I'm saying. Here's a hypothetical scenario:

10,000 cars live in climates where it freezes.
5,000 cars live in climates where it does NOT freeze.

NONE of those 5,000 cars exhibit the raw fuel smell since it doesn't get cold enough.
Of those 10,000 cars in freezing climates, only 3,000 cars exhibit the raw fuel smell.
So, instead of SOA paying to do the work on ALL 15,000 cars whether they exhibit the raw fuel smell or not, they only perform the work on cars that have the problem, or those 3,000 cars.

Does that make sense? It's in SOA's best interest to cover the fix, but it doesn't make financial sense to cover the work on ALL cars. Recall campaigns are EXTREMELY expensive on a few levels. On, obviously, is financially. Second though is brand loyalty and brand image. Does this help?
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What does it look like?
Typically a spot maybe +/- 1" in diameter that is noticeably darker than the surrounding area. It may appear damp if the leak has happened recently.

It should be very easy for a trained tech (or anyone who has worked on cars much) to spot using a small flashlight.

See the post immediately below yours, #2538.
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So does that make it any unsafer, or less hazardous for the ones that do face freezing temperatures? If it's such simple economics and LOTS of people live where it doesnt freeze, then this shouldnt be such a difficult or as expensive a recall as say a seat belt issue or something that affects your vehicle no matter the climate.

And as far as I can tell, just as many people drive Subarus in colder climates as they do in warmer ones if not more so.
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You're not understanding what I'm saying. Here's a hypothetical scenario:

10,000 cars live in climates where it freezes.
5,000 cars live in climates where it does NOT freeze.

NONE of those 5,000 cars exhibit the raw fuel smell since it doesn't get cold enough.
Of those 10,000 cars in freezing climates, only 3,000 cars exhibit the raw fuel smell.
So, instead of SOA paying to do the work on ALL 15,000 cars whether they exhibit the raw fuel smell or not, they only perform the work on cars that have the problem, or those 3,000 cars.

Does that make sense? It's in SOA's best interest to cover the fix, but it doesn't make financial sense to cover the work on ALL cars. Recall campaigns are EXTREMELY expensive on a few levels. On, obviously, is financially. Second though is brand loyalty and brand image. Does this help?
glanga:

I've been asking/saying the same thing for quite a while in this thread.

I do agree with Superorb that it might be unreasonable to force SOA to do a full-blown recall of every WRX ever made, or even every 2002 WRX, but at the very least this problem should be the subject of a "customer satisfaction" campaign, like they did with the ABS ECU. That way, the problem wouldn't be publicized to the extent it would with a recall, yet anyone who has the problem could get it fixed with no hassle, no run-around, and no 'good cop, bad cop' games.

SOA really needs to issue a standard procedure to their dealers outlining how to handle this problem. It is outrageous that some people are forced to give up and pay for the repair themselves due to delay tactics and game playing while others get the 'red carpet' treatment, including a free loaner car. That needs to stop.

Also, any customer satisfaction campaign should be long term because while many WRXs are not operated in areas that regularly get below freezing, they may be sold, the owner may move north, or they may take the car on vacation to a northern climate and experience the problem.

I would think that SOA would jump at the chance to limit this to a customer satisfaction campaign, if the NHTSA or EPA forced the issue. Apparently neither agency is too concerned. I wonder if that has anything to do with the revolving door between government agencies and the industries they are supposed to regulate. That same issue led to our current economic mess.

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^^ I bought my car from a guy in GA and lived in FL. Then I moved to NC. I never noticed the problem till I went snowboarding, and it was an awful smell.
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Old 02-16-2009, 06:32 PM   #2547
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at the dealership i work at we gets tons of people in all different kinds of subarus with fuel smell when it gets cold usually just tighten up the all the fuel lines they tend to work themselves loose
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Its still no excuse for me. Just because people live in warmer climates doesnt mean they dont travel to colder ones or that the car cant be purchased in a colder climate after years in a warmer one. I even wonder if the EPA does know of this because if they did find out that there is a problem that is well documented and known by Subaru of this specific nature, then something would be done. I know they will perform the work if I PAY for it but it should be covered ahead of time with no money out of pocket, if the customer requests this problem be fixed. Like I said when I spoke to SOA, they told me to pay first AND THEN judging by my brand loyalty, years of ownership, etc. I would be compensated to a degree based on those terms.

While economics might dictate whether they commit to a recall, it shouldnt be the case with this. It should be safety, enviromental, and customer satisfaction that should be their priority.
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at the dealership i work at we gets tons of people in all different kinds of subarus with fuel smell when it gets cold usually just tighten up the all the fuel lines they tend to work themselves loose
I'm not sure about other models, but just tightening the clamps on a WRX does not seem to work -- not long term anyway. There have been numerous posts by people who tightened the clamps (or had it done at a dealer) only to have the leak return within a year or less.
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Old 02-16-2009, 10:30 PM   #2550
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at the dealership i work at we gets tons of people in all different kinds of subarus with fuel smell when it gets cold usually just tighten up the all the fuel lines they tend to work themselves loose
It is great that you are a suby fan, you drive one and work at a dealer. The problem is this is a pretty big issue that should have been recalled years ago and was not. If it happens to your car you will see the problem and understand why there are over 100 pages on this issue. My mechanic and I took apart a much of my engine and changed all the fuel clamps and lines. This did not fix the problem. The fact that you have to pay first then MAYBE get half or all of your $ back is unacceptable. They call it seapage but his is in many cases a leak.
I am a huge suby fan and have been for a longtime. Since I have seen how this issue has been handled by SOA I no longer recommend Subaru's to Family and Friends.
ICE_COLD this was not aimed at you but maybe you will find some cars with this issue then understand.
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