Q: My truck has a fuel smell in the exhaust and a horrible idle

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My truck was giving a fuel smell in the exhaust so switched the regulator out I have a horrible idle so changed coil pack nothing. My return line coming from my spider is now leaking and I just need to know how to fix this rough idle

My car has 290000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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