l300 saturn wagon. gas smell. can't find leak. do we drop the tank to look for it. could it be the carburetor?

Asked by Mar 23, 2017 at 11:52 AM about the 2004 Saturn L300

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More like a leaky injector or fuel rail or fuel regulator. Check if you have any OBD codes set, problems with the EVAP system can give a gas smell but you would also set a code or two. BTW you have a throttle body, not a carburetor.

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