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They had done a general check of the car a month earlier & the fuel tank, lines etc all passed. Then I brought it in for service & told them about the smell. Then they say the fuel pump connector is leaking thru the connector pins. $811. There is no visible sign under the car. Only the smell at the opening to put the gas in. Could there be a leak in the hosing from there to the tank, instead. So they want to replace the fuel pump.
They failed to reprogram it initially, so I had to take it back in. Then a week later the back window won't go up. If I use the button for either up or down it only goes down but not like its supposed to. Like it has no power.
I had the same problem. It started about a year after I bought it brand new. They changed the thermostat. It helped but would stall in cold weather. Now 10 years old & had to have replaced again. Scary, it would stall when I was pulling out into traffic. Could be a lethal problem. I asked the dealership if there were any recalls, no, I don't think they have a national database or whatever. Hope no one gets killed.
Same thing happened to me. None of my doors would open. Awful thought if I was in an accident, huh. They changed the general module and so far all is fine. It began with the key not working. It wouldn't unlock the doors, so I had to do it manually, then it would lock me in and I couldn't get out once I stopped the car. Quite scary. I wondered if anyone else had had this issue. I had the dealer check for recalls, of course there were none.