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    Default Smell of Petrol in Mehran?

    yar i m having a prob with my mehran when i start my car and accelarate it, i got a petrol smell while sitting in the car ,then after driving the car for few mins i.e 5 mins the car comes to its normal position(smell khtm ho jate hia) .i throughly checked the carpet,mats but the prob is still there :s .and one thing more i filled the tank of petrol and after 20 dayz are so it gradually decreases and now petrol needle is showing that there aint any petrol in the tank and i checked the porch where i use to park the car i didnt fine any drop of petrol on the floor not even the smell of petrol from the floor then where the petrol goes ...nd i dnt even drive 1 km on petrol plz tell me wht ll be prob/
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    Mehran's primary fuel filter is located at the rear right side beneath the passenger seat....There might be a possibility that the fuel evaporates from that place due to loose pipe.

    Secondly check all the fuel lines for any sort of leakage.....
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    first check all fuel pipes & filter etc. @testdrive is right
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    Do the above mentioned check as mentioned by my fellow members and note that fuel evaporates and dries up very fast for it to be noticiable unless leak is bigger and continious.

    As for the reason you do not smell fuel after certain amount of minutes due to inhaling and it becoming harder to recognize for you.

    So check for leaks and make sure you do not have the idle on rich.
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