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1996 Infiniti J30 - gas smell in cabin

grandosegood

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hey folks,

So i recently purchased an old 1996 Infiniti J30. My Ford Focus broke down and someone sold this to me for only 500$.

However, after driving for a period of time, I start to smell gas in the cabin. Most internet searches suggest either fuel injector or gas tank. However, when I popped the hood, I noticed what appears to be a small gas leak. Pictures are attached. I don't think its an injector but I can't be too sure.

If it doesn't take much work or money to get it fixed, I'm totally for it. Can anyone advise on what would be my next step? Thanks.
 

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grandosegood

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update: it appears to be the fuel pressure pressure regulator. can anyone tell me what i should do when changing these parts so I don't get gas everywhere? Do I need to pull the fuse for the fuel pump? Thanks again.
 
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