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post #1 of 6 Old 11-01-2013, 08:20 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel leak

I don't know how many of y'all have had this issue, but I'm leaking fuel down the valley of the block. Looks like it may be coming from either the fuel pump or bottom hose on the canister. I place the other hoses and checked the bottom one but didn't replace it. Can someone help me by maybe letting me know about a common fix?

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94.5 is the year sorry

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I have the same problem i been reading a lot and 1 of the common prob is the fuel bleeder valve o rings
Did u check that?
Im actually in the process of taking everything out and rebuild fuel bowl and pump and every orin
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Where do i get the oring kit

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Call bob he will help u
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Call bob he will help u
Just got done today replacing my fuel pump and rebuilding the whole bowl in my 95
Not at all fun, but if I can do it and be successful, then anyone can
Took me 1 hour to remove everything, but 5 hours to get it all back in
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