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Have rear wheel wells checked for cracked seam sealer. The sealer is used at metal to metal joints to prevent the exhaust fumes from entering cab and when not applied right or missed this could happen..
Possible fuel line leaking or check around the area of the carb for leaks. Check all line connections Check gas tank all over. I doesn't need much of a leak to smell. Some times leaks develope at the tank top where the fuel pump is located as well.Please don't use a match for light to check this out
If its raw fuel fumes check for fuel leaks on top of the motor. If its exhaust fumes you probably have an exhaust leak on the cross pipe at the rear of motor over the transmission. Take a telescoping mirror and flash light have a look. Might even slide under neath and take a peak as well. Make sure wheels are chocked with something first.
no theres not a valve for smells, it usually means that when your tank is empty, it smells bad because most likely your running on water and gas, which causes a bad smell, a good way to fix it, is to pour a bottle of a subtence called HEAT, thats what it says on the bottle, then just pour all of it in your gas tank and what it does is make all the water that may be in your gas tank dissapear.. hope this helps...and if it doesn't that usually means that you should replace your fuel fillter.