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I'm hoping to find some advice. I bought a 2014 Chevy Silverado 7 days ago. It has 4000 miles on it. Left the dealership at night, everything is great. Start it the next morning and smells VERY strong of gasoline. You can literally smell the gasoline from 10-15 feet away from the truck. The smell is definitely coming from front of the truck, under the hood. The smell does go away and come back, but when it's there it is strong enough to make your head hurt and eyes water. Seems like it smells stronger in park and maybe when the AC is running. Took it to the dealership after 2 mornings of this. (Hoping it would be gone, it's a freaking new truck ?) Dealership says that everything is good it is just a "saturated/clogged filter" Which they replaced. Drove home-perfect, next 2 mornings- pure gasoline smell again. It's back at the dealership AGAIN. This truck has 4000 miles and I only bought it 1 week ago. Am I screwed? Could it be something simple? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!!

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Same dealership finds leaking fuel injectors. They will have it fixed tomorrow. Does anyone have an opinion on my situation? I have a bad feeling about keeping a truck that already has issues at 4000 miles. Am I overreacting? I guess I just don't know if that wouldn't be a big deal to someone that has more knowledge in trucks than me.

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