If you smell gas, the auto repair specialists at any of Madison Auto Care's seven NAPA service centers will track down the cause and repair the problem.
You were headed to the Spring Flower Show this morning when you smelled gas. You checked your gas cap but it seemed to be on tight. You’re not sure what’s going on and how serious it is.
“The smell of gasoline in your cabin is a cause for concern. If you just made a stop at a gas filling station, the smell of gas may continue to linger for a few minutes after a refill. However, if the odor is coming from inside your vehicle, it may indicate a much bigger problem,” according to autotrends.org.
Autotrends.org lists five possible reasons for the gas smell – a loose or missing gas cap, gas leak, spark plugs, failed pressure regulator, or faulty gasket or O ring around the oil cap.
Autotrend.org adds, “In most cases, it is not safe to drive if your car smells like gas. Even though some of the reasons that cause the smell of gas are harmless, you don’t know the seriousness of the problem until you check it out. Simply inhaling gas can make you sick and fatal in extreme cases. Hence, it’s best to troubleshoot the problem as soon as possible.”
You can find a trusted Madison auto repair technician to track down the reason you smell gas and fix it at any one of Madison Auto Care's seven NAPA service centers: Clausen Auto, Handel Auto, Genin’s Auto, Capitol Tire, Odana Tire, Hansen’s Auto, or Aeschbach Auto.
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