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Gas tank i need to get a schematic for the hoses and piping that is connected from the gas tank to the neck were the tank is filled from please. for a honda passport 2000. please

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Just rip it off and then have a look ,does a proper mechanic have a workshop manual for every car in his head??

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WARNING Wear safety glasses and do not use a drop light. Liquid falling on the hot glass can cause the bulb to explode. If it is accidentally dropped or has a bad switch or loose connections, it can cause a fire.
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