I have a 1995 Subaru Legacy with EJ22 and about 198,000 miles.
Car runs great with no starting issues.
When I start the vehicle in the mornings (now that it is getting colder) I get a raw fuel smell in the cabin. It smell like fuel is leaking but I cannot find the culprit. Once warm it disappears. No check engine lights.
I have viewed a bunch of threads that recommend replacing the Coolant Temp Sensor. I do not have any idle or starting issues so I am not sure replacing the Coolant Temp Sensor will fix the problem.
Other threads have indicated it may be the evap canister. How would I troubleshoot that?
Any thoughts or ideas would be appreciated. My wife hates the smell :-)