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1992 jeep wrangler - problem - gas leaks/gas line area

I can't locate leak.

This happens when the Jeep is running. This is not my primary vehicle and is in storage for 7 months of the year.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  • ronalddorman Jun 04, 2009

    I will examine every inch of the fuel system. Yes, I see gas on the ground. I will continue checking the system. Thanks for the help.



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No such thing as can't!!! If you need to, examine every inch of the fuel system till you find it. Do you see gas on the ground? If you just smell fuel check your evap canister & valves it may be loaded up with fuel.

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