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Help 930 wont start smell fuel

Pleez people im in need of help. Recently changed drivers fender on my 87 930 and the car died after driving an hour next day started and died half hour now just wont start ,im focused on the fuel filler area cause it seems to b no gas supply, and when I crank it reeks of gas. Help! I wanna go for as run!

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Blocked vent hose? If so your gas cap will be hard to remove and when you do release the pressure you'll hear a loud sucking sound followed by a bang of the gas tank popping back out.

If it reeks of fuel when cranking the problem could be unrelated to the fender replacement. Faulty fuel pump, fuel head or WUR all can result in rich cold start due to low fuel pressure.
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The five hundred bhp helps a bit also. Enough if that I see bits of the washer fluid cap at the bottom of the boot . Im gonna attack that . Its gotta b in that area car was a bull before fenderswap

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