Hello, I have a question about the fuel system. In the past year I discovered a constant odor of fuel at the rear of the vehicle on the drivers side, it is faint, but there 100% of the time I check. Detection is possible only in a closed airtight garage and the smell is localized to the area near the drivers side rear wheel. It is near the frame member and the fuel tank (of course) is right there. I suspected this odor has something to do with the emission system and may be a vent issue. 2 years ago a shop told me the vehicle needed a Solenoid vent connector but I never addressed the issue. There is a Black canister mounted on the frame at the rear and a hose (pipe) travels from there to the emission parts located near the center area of the vehicle. If I need a vent connector, I assume I would just buy the vent solenoid period? Is there something I am missing on diagnosis?
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