Fuel bowl, fuel pump, fuel lines, or all of the above. Best thing, clean the valley real good and start her up and look where its coming from and we can give you some insight
Ok, finally got around to this, cleaned the valley out.
While running I noticed a oil leak from the aftermarket high pressure hose that connected the left and right oil galley.
I removed hose and capped/plugged the galley ports, I had a new hose made but will wait until all the leaks are resolved.
The next day I looked and can see some fuel on the hose connecting to the lift pump. I looked some with a mirror and it really hard to identify the exact location.
After several hundred miles there is more accumulation in the valley, its still dirty, but believe it is mostly fuel.
I bought a O-ring/gasket kit to reseal the filter housing, and will replace the hose to the pump. Is there anything else I should be looking at while I have the housing out of the way?
On another note, and maybe a separate thread would be in order...but will try here. This truck is a 96 PSD XL, so no cruise control. However I pulled the horn pad out of my 97 1 ton gas rig (shop truck) as it has cruise control, I thought it might plug and play......no luck so far.....what am I missing here?