Originally Posted by johnjrod
Sounds like a good plan
and I am on it. Thanks and I'll give update soonest!!
I conducted a pressure test today and found a leaky evap fuel vapor line at the top of the fuel tank. Not sure if that is the only leak so have to fix that one first.
The hose clamp --- to remove the leaky fuel vapor hose -- is not easily accessible so I may have to drop the fuel tank to get at that hose clamp.
If dropping the fuel tank is required, I will definitely change the other hoses while they are accessible, namely: the fuel filler hose, the fuel filler vent/overflow hose, the hose from the fuel pump that connects to the top of the tank, as well as the fuel vapor hose.
Then I will conduct a pressure test before placing the fuel tank back in place to ensure there are no other leaks which would only leave the fuel tank.
Thanks for the help so far. Will update soonest!