Check the carbon canister on the right side of the engine compartment.
That turned out to be the trouble when I had a similar problem. The
darn thing was fouled badly, and gas sodden. Replacing the carbon in
the canister (aquarium charcoal) solved it.
> Thanks Gerard! I drive a 1500 and have a sort of different gasoline problem.
> It is not leaking--I have never seen a puddle or drip of gasoline under the
> car. BUT when I fill up the gasoline tank there is a STRONG odor of gasoline
> in the cockpit until she is run for a little while. After running a few
> miles there is no gas odor. The PO has placed the fuel pump, one of those
> square aftermarket affairs, in the boot and I have replaced all the hoses
> back there when I replaced the pump about a year ago. The gas odor problem
> transcended the pump change.
> Anybody have any ideas?
> --David C.