Ok, just went home and looked at it. Turns out there was fuel leaking from the connector. I can't tell easily if it's coming from the top one or the bottom one, but it appears to be coming from the top, dripping down to the bottom one, and then falling off. I picked up 2 connectors to be sure. Looking at them, they appear pretty simple...one end screws into the fuel pump and the fuel line connects to a red or white end that plugs into the connector after pushing the metal spring loaded clip. I'm worried about how much of a pain it might be to unscrew the existing connector from the pump. Any tips?
Also, do i need to drain the fuel from the tank before removing the clips? will fuel start pouring out of the lines when i disconnect them from the connector? will fuel pour out of the fuel pump when i unscrew the connectors?