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The first problem is probably just a faulty fuel cap and replacing it would correct the problem.
The second could be 2 things. The first in a blend door problem on the drivers side. Then second could be a low charge of refrigerant due to a small leak in the system. I would try evacuating and recharging the system first. A low charge can and will affect the ac performance especially on the drivers side as it is farther from the coil.
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