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Old 12-18-2007, 07:14 PM   #10
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Join Date: Apr 2007
Chapter/Region: SWIC
Location: Albuquerque
2002 WRX Wagon
Midnight Pearl Black


Originally Posted by sysop View Post
Yeah I had the cabin fuel smell last winter, but it eventually goes away. In my case it only did it on extremely cold days (like < 20 degrees) after the car was sitting for awhile. It has to do with a faulty rubber seal in the fuel line IIRC. It will be fixed for free at your dealership since there was a TSB on it.

As far as the grey smoke, Im not sure about that. I didnt have that issue. It may not be related to the fuel smell issue. So get the line fixed first then see if the smoke goes away.
tsb does not = recall

thats means your dealership will most likely want you to pay for the 600-700 repair. ive been meaning to send SOA an email about this. I saw the actual line and gas seriously squirts out of it. makes me a little nervous...
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