When you need a Madison auto care pro, call the Madison auto care experts at one of Madison Auto Care's seven conveniently located service centers.
You were headed home yesterday from the Jazz Fest when you first smelled it - gas. The gas smell was there when your car was running and it remained after you cut it off.
Gas is not something you want to smell in your car. As Lifewire explains:
"If you smell a strong gas odor coming from your car, chances are pretty good that something has gone very, very wrong. Some amount of gas smell is okay, especially if your car is carbureted, but fuel injected vehicles typically shouldn’t smell strongly of gas.
"Leaky fuel lines, stuck injectors, bad fuel pressure regulators, and a host of other issues can all lead to fuel leaks or dump enough gas into the engine to cause a smell. In any case, it’s usually a good idea to track down the source of the leak sooner rather than later."
The best place to have your car checked is with the certified Madison auto care technicians at one of Madison Auto Care's seven trusted NAPA service centers.
Whether it's Madison auto repair or Madison auto care you need, any of Madison Auto Care's service centers is the place to go: Clausen Auto, Handel Auto, Genin’s Auto, Capitol Tire, Odana Tire, Hansen’s Auto, or Aeschbach Auto. The certified Madison auto care and auto repair technicians will have your car ready for whatever is ahead.
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