I'm new to the forums and I have a quick question. Yesterday it was really really cold; about 10 below zero. I warmed up my car before going to work in the morning and noticed when I got into my car that there was a very strong fuel smell in the cabin. As my car warmed up further the smell went away but the same thing occurred when I was returning home from work. Is the cold weather causing my fuel lines or seals to shrink and allowing fuel to leak? Any ideas?