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Gas is leaking badly from a hose coming from the

Gas is leaking badly from a hose coming from the engine block area . truck runs normal just gas I running badly from this hose .

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Check and replace fuel hose from the pump line to the manifold and ensure that it is tight . Check return line from the regulator is tight. Check that the injectors are all tight and the seals are not leaking.

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