Chill dawg.Wait, so there is a leak? (“smell gas only when car is running, but there is no leak anywhere“). And the cylinder misfires have nothing to do with physical damage to the unknown gasket? What gasket? How did you find this working 27 hours a day? So you did take the car to a mechanic?
Two earings, multiple tattoos each expressing devotion to family and their dog each in Cyrillic incorrect lettering, sometimes wears thinning hair in a bun, just made it through high school because the education standards have slipped so tremendously. Arrogant and self-riteous with no ability to comprehend how lucky they are to have a forum that has intelligent generous “peers” who understand the above limitations of the post and can see potential tragedy rather than stupid mommy raised selfie snapping insecure twits whose experience in the world is identical to their own. Then to top off exaggerating their ignorance, they threaten to no longer belong to ‘the club‘. Tragic. Great spot on responses, all in vain.
Lol. Tell me about it. No not yet. Its beyond my experience and my mechanic is figuring it out while I am at work right now. Initially when I posted that I had found the problem, that was a pre excited statement to something I thought made sense, which looking back was a hopeful irrational fantasy I came up with as I realized the gas tank had to be removed by the trans mission shop, and assumed they broke a seal. I do know there is some kind of leak because removing the gas cap provides NO HISS, so no pressure. Somethings fucked up. I'm having him check the seals and the cannister. My brain is mush and cant even think straight. I have mediocre experience with mechanics, but learn quickly. I did everything I could and took really poor advice. I thought a hand grenade would be a cheaper fix but it turns out its illegal to lob them in suburban areas.It's the medication that causes it.
So, did you get your car fixed?