With out codes its must more difficult
If have a good fuel pressure I would not suspect a fuel pump is its not the cause of a fuel smell
Have to try and pin point the area of the leak or the area where the smell is strongest
Separate the fittings.
Inspect for damage.
Clean the fittings
The evaporative emission system job is to:
Prevents hydrocarbon emissions from reaching the atmosphere.
Stores fuel vapors in the evaporative emissions (EVAP) canister that are generated during vehicle operation or hot soak, or vehicle refueling, until they can be consumed by the engine during normal engine operation.
Routes the stored fuel vapors to the engine during engine operation.
1 9F980 Evaporative emission (EVAP) test port
2 9C915 EVAP canister purge valve
3 9C052 Inline fuel tank pressure (FTP) sensor (part of fuel vapor control valve tube assembly)
4 9C047 Fuel vapor control valve tube assembly
5 9F945 Canister vent solenoid
6 9E857 Evaporative emission canister with bracket assembly
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Saturday, June 4th, 2011 AT 1:16 AM