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there is a drain for the valley at the back by the passenger side head. if you have fuel in your valley that is probably where it is coming from.
i just went through the same problem and just used compressed air to blow out the valley to find the leak.
if the pump was done a year ago chances are you have a nother leak, check the fuel lines, banjo bolt from the pump and the vaccum switch on the filter housing, could be coming from any of those.
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1978 Ford Bronco
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