3 things it smells like gas when I turn on the heater. And power steering is leaking also the sunroof open on its own and won't close therefore it drained my battery

Asked by Jan 24, 2017 at 11:01 PM about the 2002 Chrysler 300M

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Power steering and sunroof and smells like
gas

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72,155

Well the gas smell is a concern, could be dangerous, should say it is always dangerous. The gas leak needs to be found and fixed before a fire starts. The power steering is probably a hose, the sunroof, well it's a Chrysler.

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If gas smell is only when running check on top of engine for fuel leaks. If it smells like gas all the time check tank and lines for leaks. Power steering look for leaky hose by pump or cooler under radiator. Sunroof check for debris in slides and track of sunroof mechanism.

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