I agree with ToddTruby's comments about diagnosing this over the internet.I presume your son means a raw fuel smell, not a rich exhaust smell Unless the miles are very high or there has been an accident every fuel leak should be covered with the possible exception of the gas cap.I disagree with ToddTruby that there is any condition or circumstance where smelling fuel should be considered normal or ok.I also believe a fuel injector could leak (on the fuel rail/delivery side) without setting any performance problems or trouble codes.Take it to the dealer ASAP and expect it to be under warrantee.Hope that helps,Steven
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