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Fuel leak I have a fuel leak that I think is coming from the high pressure hose. How difficult is it to repair?

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They have o'rings in these lines. Take your time and the job is not that hard

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Fortunately, it had a screw type hose clamp, and barely enough working room, that allowed me to reinstall and tighten without having to remove the hose assembly. Yours sounds like there may be a break in the metal tubing, in which case the hose assembly would probably need to be replaced. Hopefully not.

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