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google youtube and find out if there is a video pertaining to changing your fuel pump..U might be able to access it from under the back seat or from in the trunk...there for u wont have to drop the tank..sounds like a bad fuel hose from tank to fuel filter via Engine
I found a ..... leak. is that what you are saying.
comma , IS IT The pump leaking.
we dont know , we cant see , try photos?
there are many ways to get leaks,
id never guess. why one anyone on something so dangerous.
have you looked yet? or just see wet pavement.
OR LOOK ABOVE BOTH TOP OF REAR TIRES.
To see top of tank? and where it leaks.?
dont park in doors, or BOOM.
out side, far from buildings say 50foot.
think about smokers and gas fired water heaters in garages.
there are 2 fuel lines
and many vents and parts that can leak , filler pipe and hose.
evap parts. lots.
your vehicle has a service bulletin on the metal heater hoses; they corroide and leak. They run from your heater core (front of van) to the rear most of your van by the spare tire (rear heating). This happened to mine, I had to replace the same. This is a known common problem.
The only thing i can think of is, its a vent tube of some sort, but i can't understand why it comes out from under fuel tank, unless it runs from top of tank around under tank and back up and it looks like its commimg from bottom of tank.