Questions tagged [fuel-line]

The pipework taking a vehicle's fuel from the tank to the engine.

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carburetor Leaking gas oil mix when fuel lines replaced

Disclaimer I know this is for a blower not an engine, but was not sure where exactly to pose the ? I'm trying to assemble the fuel lines for the Ryobi BP42 two cycle blower, someone else took it ...
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Suzuki GZ125 2003 - what size fuel line?

I need to buy a new tank for my gz125 k3 and I need to get some new fuel cable for the tank to the carb. Does anyone know what size the line needs to be to fit snug?
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Does every modern car have an evap vent valve?

My car has all the evap system, canister, and solenoid valve but as I am seeing on internet, people have [a] solenoid valve on their outlet vent on canister too which open and close by ECU to let the ...
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What size tee fitting do I need for temporary tank?

I need to hook a temporary tank up to my carbs (for a carb sync). I've got a temporary tank with single 1/4" ID rubber tube (barb on the tank measures 0.340" OD). Of course, the motorcycle is metric,...
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Fuel meter strange behaviour

Every morning fuel meter of my scooter shows reduction in my fuel level from previous night fuel level.Initially i thought it could be some leakage issue I have analysed this but there seems to be no ...
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What other hacks exist to disconnect a “quick-connect”-style fuel line?

I'm in the process of preparing my Lumina's engine and transmission for extraction (progress here). This 3/8" GM fuel rail is supplied by a flex hose with a "quick-connect" connector. If only it ...
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Subaru Outback (2004): flat tow with another Subaru if running? Fuel line repair?

My situation is that I drove a few blocks to the grocery store because it was super cold out and when I tried to leave, my car didn't want to (It's still there and I'm contemplating my options). When ...
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Damage during jumpstart

I used my vehicle jump start another vehicle,the other vehicle started then died out, not cables remained on both vehicles for about 20 minutes before realizing the other vehicle died. Now my vehicle ...
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Will my fuel tank empty if I leave the fuel lines disconnected?

I'm doing some work on the engine which requires me to remove the fuel lines in the engine bay near the injectors. I don't have time to finish the job in 1 day, so the fuel lines will remain ...
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Best way to repair a rotten fuel line?

I believe the feed line in my fuel system has rotted. If I'm going to cut out the rusted areas and splice a new line in... Is it best to flare a hardline? Is steel the OEM material? How would I ...
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Anyone use a custom fuel line repair kit from eBay?

My fuel line has started leaking and needs to be replaced. I saw a YouTube video of someone who used this 96-00 Civic 2dr Coupe Replacement Stainless Steel Fuel Feed Line & Rubber Return from ...
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How do I know which fuel line goes to the engine and which goes to the fuel tank?

I changed my fuel filter for the first time. I have a 2004 Toyota Tazz 1300. I have installed my new fuel filter. Here it is: And this is my fuel filter zoomed in: I have assumed that the tube on ...
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Engine sputters when turning left corner

In my 1986 Ford F-150 (carbureted) when I go left around a corner, the engine sputters. Feels very similar to running out of gas, but it picks back up once I stop turning. Only happens in a sharp ...
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What is a safe procedure for replacing a fuel filter on a 2000 Toyota Camry?

I bought this 2000 Toyota Camry from some very nice folks who cannot even spell "maintenance". So I need to replace the fuel filter as no one knows when it was last done. What I would love to know is ...
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Fuel lines: is Nicopp OK for gas?

I need to replace some rotted under-body lines. I'd like to use something easier to bend than old-school steel tubing - in particular, AGS' Nicopp. At that link, the blurb for Nicopp line doesn't ...
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What is the difference between “multi port” and “combined port” fuel injection?

I have heard these terms tossed around quite a bit and I understand that fuel injection is needed in order to inject fuel in to the engine (from a fuel rail/injectors?). What is the difference ...
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Difference between fuel pressure and fuel rail pressure

In OBD PID wiki page, there are 2 PIDs listed: Fuel pressure and Fuel rail pressure. Are both of them the same? Can someone please give an elaborate explanation of it - What exactly are they ...
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Temporarily stop fuel going to carburetor

A couple of days back I noticed my 2011 Yamaha Scorpio had begun leaking fuel whilst parked up. Upon close inspection it was just a slow drip coming from a tube near the rear of the bike. After ...
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Cold weather and gas smell

When told the temperature was going to drop below freezing, I checked my car for antifreeze, made sure there were no liquids inside the cabin, etc. But now, when I start the car, I smell gasoline and ...
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1980 Chrysler LeBaron Failed Emissions Test

My 1980 Chrysler LeBaron (V8 318ci) just failed an emissions test. I'm coming from a state without emissions testing to a state that requires it. Specifically, the only part that failed was the ...
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Issue w/ weedeater engine - doesn't stay on

So, here's the problem. I'll prime my weedeater, put full choke on, pull the cord a few times. Now, BEFORE, the engine never started with full choke. I would need to move it to half choke, pull the ...
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What does 'M10 x 1.00' mean when referring to fuel injectors?

I need to replace some fuel lines (from the injector control to the injector) on my 93 VW Cabriolet. The site that sells the lines has 2 options for the 'Injector Size': M10 x 1.00 or M12 x 1.5. I'm ...
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Peugeot 206 engine occasionally cutting out when idle

Sorry if this is vague, I don't know very much, but I'll do my best. I want to have as much information possible before taking it to a garage to do anything. I have a 2003 Peugeot 206 1.1l which has ...
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Symptoms of a clogged fuel line (pump runs but engine not starting)?

I removed the in-tank fuel pump from my '93 Golf Cabriolet to fix a fuel gauge issue. I noticed a small tear in the mesh filter that goes over the intake nozzle of the pump. I replaced the pump but ...
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Fuel injection mechanism

It is hard to imagine injecting spray of fuels at several thousands rpm. How is it possible to pump liquid fuel at such high frequency?
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air bubbles in diesel fuel line of peugeot 206

Hi I have a peugeot 206 1.9L Diesel (1999). I recently changed the fuel filter and now the engine is running very rough and sometimes cutting out especially at low speeds. I have noticed that there is ...
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Should I run my generator dry in preparation for storage?

I think this is on-topic after reading the FAQ, so I figured I'd go ahead and ask. I gave my gas generator its scheduled 3-month interval "workout" last night, and after letting it run for about 30 ...
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How to remove air from the fuel line in a MK2 Seat Leon TDi

I have just changed two of the fuel hose (white and blue tipped ones) that lead to the fuel pump. The reason I changed them was because one of them was split and slowly leaking fuel. I have came out ...
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Lubricating rubber fuel hose for easier future removal

I just changed my fuel filter, the connections to which are rubber fuel line fitted over metal pipes with bulging ends -- a bit like a barb. (There's a photo at http://i.stack.imgur.com/oH0Ns.jpg if ...
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Car not starting: How likely that it's the fuel pump?

So I have a 1987 Hyundai Pony that was a little stubborn starting last time, but did run in the end. Then it sat for a couple of weeks. It's kind of cold (but not that cold—I'm in Vancouver). Now ...
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What is causing air in my fuel line?

I have a 2003 Jetta TDI. I drove it last night with no problem. This morning I cannot start the car. I popped the hood, and discovered air in the fuel line between the fuel filter and injection ...
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Start Motorcycle Garaged for Over a Year

What do I need to do to get my motorcycle running again after I've left it in my garage for over a year?
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Low fuel pressure in Ford Escort/Mercury Tracer

My OBD shows that I have low fuel pressure in a 1997 Ford Mercury (tracer). Do I have to replace the fuel pump? If so, do I have to replace the whole thing or is it enough to replace just the motor ...
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Are bubbles in a gravity-fed fuel system an indication of a problem?

I've got a small engine (11 HP B&S) that has a gravity-fed fuel system, i.e. there is no fuel pump, simply a fuel line between the carburetor and the fuel tank. If I look at the short (~2-3") ...
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The tray under my gas tank is dented. What should I be aware of before draining and removing my gas tank?

I dented the tray under my gas tank, reducing my capacity by about a gallon. It's a wide dent; there's no damage to the plastic. I'd like to drop the tank and pound out the dent in the aluminum tray. ...