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post #1 of 4 Old 09-30-2009, 11:07 AM Thread Starter
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Question Where is the Fuel Bowl Drain Outlet?

I want to extend my fuel bowl drain line with a length of fuel hose, problem is I don't know where the fuel drain line runs and am sick of trying to feel my way around under the bowl. Does anyone have a picture or can point me to a picture of how the stock fuel drain is routed/comes off the bowl so I can find the darn thing without taking my fuel bowl loose?

Being Lazy I know.... but easier/less messy to ask than open the pet**** and watch for fuel

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Mine goes down the front of the engine and comes out by the crank pulley on the passenger side. It's just an open-ended tube.


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Metal tube, plain end spitting out towards the radiator and mounted to the front of the passenger side head. You can see it from the passenger isde fenderwell.

I push ed on a length of hose and ran it all the way to the bottom of the radiator for drip free bowl draining. It's been on there for quite some time now.

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Open the fuel drain valve and you will see where the fuel pors out!!! It is a metal tube that comes down the front of the engin on the left side. I added a piece of fuel line on mine, really keeps the fuel from splashing all over the place when draining the fuel bowl.

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