Question about 1997 Nissan Quest
DRIPS FOR FEW MINUTES THAN STOPS. APPREAS THAT A SMALL HOSE SHOULD BE ATTACHED TO IT BUT I AM NOTE SURE TO WHAT IT WOULD ATTACH TOO. FUEL LINES ARE ALL CONNECTED AND DO NOT LEAK. I THINK I AM MISSING SOMETHING.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
the only way to really solve this is by looking at it and tracing back, not meaning to be cheeky its like me saying i have a leaking roof, you need to really see whr the problem is, before saying, sorry i Na much help on this occasion, it could be a number of things, the best way to see if it is the gasket is to clean up around the leek and keep a close eye on where it maybe cumming from
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
The Lines are simple if it's a 2.4 EFI the lines run on the driver side inner rail from the center top of fuel tank, and up the middle of the firewall to the injector rail or throttle body carburetor there is also one line that runs from the evap canister back to the tank and to the fuel system three lines total one is a return line the large line is the main fuel line and has the fuel filter mounted on it and is under the driver side door inside the frame rail.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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