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check for a leaking fuel rail,or injector,or the fuel pressure regulator,which is a vacuum operated valve at the end of the fuel rail.the high idle is caused by a vacuum leak,and if the regulator is leaking,that could be the fuel smell
It is easiest to place the car on a lift and remove the alternator from the bottom. Disconnect the belt FIRST, then the wiring, and then the bolts mounting the alternator. Installation is the reverse. Make SURE you have the correct alternator for your application. Voltage regulators for the 4 cyl and V-6 were different.