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What causes gas smell from 2006 Saturn Ion--no gas puddles, or loss of gas mileage. Seems to happen after car is turned off and fuel level in gas tank does not seem to be a factor.

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This is often caused by corrosion on top of the gas tank. Mud, dirt and water get thrown on top of it and causes the metal to perforate. You can smell it on the move because the fumes dissipate at the rear of the vehicle.

Posted on Nov 08, 2016

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3 options.
1.The electrical coupler to the Fuel tank may have got corroded, creating a power "shunt".
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The fuel filler kicks off when i try to put gas in my 06 ion. Is this a common problem with these cars??


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Strong gas smell when engine is turned off.Car runs smoothly otherwise. Started doing this abruptly. Of course milage is now suffering


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This sounds like a problem with the "Emissions control system"
Designed to absorb fuel vapours - and release them when engine running, When they go wrong it leads to excessive fuel consumption, fuel smells and possibly leaks.

It is most likely a split pipe along this system - which needs checking carefully to find out where exactly.
Overfilling of your tank can lead to pressure problems - popping off a hose, so if you remember doing this - check any carbon filter element and hoses around it.

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Gas leak in 2006 Saturn Ion


My car has had these symptoms. And just yesterday I started smelling gas. I will get it checked immediatly. If it is that I will file for a recall also.

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Had to replace fuel pump in 2006 Saturn Ion... it's only THREE!


i just had the same issue . . .I have been having starting problems with my car (2006 Saturn Ion) and smelling gasoline. It turns out the hose connected to the fuel pump was cracked and leaking gas. The mechanic said that this is a safety issue and should be recalled. He feels that the one hose is not connected and harnessed properly and the vibration to the hose eventually caused the crack. I googled "Saturn 2006 Ion fuel leak" and several other people have had the same issue. What is also the major problem here is that the hose is configured with the fuel pump itself. So, the entire mechanism had to be replaced. It cost me 700.00 for a cracked hose because the fuel pump had to be replaced and my car only is 46,000 miles. This is a major safety issue. I drove for 2 weeks with a car that was leaking fuel. Saturn must know about this and is waiting for the same situtation to happen, but for the car to blow up instead. PLEASE IF YOU ARE READING THIS CAUSE YOU HAVE THE SAME ISSUE . . . . contact the office of defects and the NHTSA . . .This is a saftey issue and a recall needs to be in affect . . .

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