Right Pedal Pleasure· Registered
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When I was replacing the adjustable toe rods, I noticed the bottom passenger side of the fuel tank was wet with what seemed like oil. Everything in the area of the fuel tank was completely dry, so I wiped it all off. After pulling in the garage, I looked again and it's wet with fuel. I was hoping this is something that is a known issue, like a cracked vapor line or something like that. I saw a post for cutting an access hole to the fuel pump, I just did that to a 4th gen SS Camaro with a Dremel and it went perfect, but there wasn't any leaking fuel for the sparks to light off, so a nibbler sounds like the next tool to go buy. I'd also hate to cut an access panel to the fuel pump if the leak is elsewhere...