Diana Abele Flagstaff, Arizona -
When it gets to be below 32 degrees, and she starts it, she smells gas fumes inside the car. It's been happening for about a year, but is a lot worse now and makes her eyes water. It's a leaking injector rail--common Subaru problem. Take it to her shop, and see if there's a Technical Service Bulletin on it. Get it fixed, because it could start a fire, and breathing gas fumes is not healthy.