My daughter's car uses so much gas because of this leak. Her car won't start right away and you can smell the gas that is leaking. There is a leak in her fuel pump and the mechanic said he has seen 3 or 4 cobalt's with this issue.I have already had to replace a sensor that cost 425$ and now this 419$ fuel pump. I bought her a new car to avoid all this. Is the fuel pump leak a common problem?
Why is there a leak in my fuel pump?Mechanic said this is common on the Cobalt. on 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt
by darmeade in Clarksville, TN on September 11, 2012
ANSWER by globalhelper on September 11, 2012
fuel pump is in the tank must be a diff leak if you smell it. i have not seen this b4 at all. get a 2nd opinion