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Old 02-20-2003, 02:58 AM   #139
nhluhr
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Member#: 7327
Join Date: Jun 2001
Chapter/Region: NWIC
Location: Seattle, WA
Vehicle:
2008 Mazdaspeed3
2006 Wrangler Sport

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I have the fuel leak:
known causes/triggers
cold weather

location of smell's origin (if known)
passenger side fuel rails i think

date of manufacture
VIN=JF1GD296X2G506764 don't have the build date on hand.

any mods to your car
exhaust

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Dear Mr. Luhr:
Thank you for visiting the Subaru Web site and for your message. We are sorry to learn of your gas odor concern.

No technical service bulletins, service campaigns, or recalls have been issued in response to the condition you have described. Therefore, we must rely on the technical expertise of your local Subaru Dealership to duplicate and service this concern. As odors can sometimes be difficult to duplicate, you may want to consider allowing the dealership hold the vehicle overnight, subject to the same weather conditions under which you smell the odor.

Please be assured that all Subaru Dealerships have access to the Subaru Technical/Dealer Hotline for additional technical assistance, when necessary. We hope that your local dealership will be able to alleviate your worries, repairing this matter expeditiously. Should you require additional assistance, do not hesitate to call our Customer/Dealer Services Department at 1-800-SUBARU-3 (1-800-782-2783). Thank you for giving us the
opportunity to be of service.

Dawn Rainear
Subaru of America, Inc.
Case Number: 474229
I filed a complaint with the NHTSA. I can't believe SOA is so willing to turn a shoulder to this huge safety problem. Remember those pickup trucks from the 80's with the exploding fuel tanks? I don't want this to go down the same way!
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