It called quick release valve ,top part it is called male it will set you back about $38 & buttom part is called female & that will another $56-60.I went to my local hardware store ,for mear $9 ,I made my owen,and been riding for two years and no problem. Just make sure that you use right thread lock liquid which is for gasoline only .It's yellow but will turn light grey.You will need copper adopter with two 3/8'' on sides and one 1/2''in the middle openings.Just double check your fuel line size, it should be same as on my 2000 vic
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The connection is under the seat, however, the lines go up the underside of the tank. You will need to pull the tank in order to remove the speedo properly. Once you take the seat off, there will be two bolts holding the tank down (under the front of the seat, at the bottom of the tank). Turn your fuel petcock to off, remove the fuel line from the carb feed, remove those two bolts under the seat near the bottom of the tank, lift up a bit and wiggle the tank off of the front mounts, and the tank is free. Now you can get under the tank and get the wires out without damaging things.
You will need to remove the fuel tank. The less fuel there is in the tank, the easier it is to do this. Remove the seat, then uncouple the quick release fuel line connection by pulling down on the chrome ring where the fuel line enters the fuel tank; the fuel line should pop free. You might want to place an absorbant rag underneath to catch any fuel that spills. Next, Follow the electrical wiring from the bottom of the tank rearward where it meets a connection plug behind the engine against the frame downtube. Disconnect this coupling and free the wire harness from the bike. There is a vent tube built into the bottom of the tank; unplug the fuel tank vent line rubber connection there. Remove the front and rear fuel tank mounting bolts. Once the tank is off the bike, turn it over on a soft, non-scratch material or pad. On the bottom of the tank you will see an oval plastic fitting where the fuel line and wiring harness attaches. Remove the eight or so Torx head screws and carefully remove the fuel pump assemble from the tank. You kind of have to twist and turn the unit to get it free; go easy. The fuel filter resides inside the tall translucent plastic housing. There is a clip attaching the filter housing to the fuel pump assembly. You can use a screw driver or suitable tool to remove the clip. Watch out or it will take off on you! After the housing is free, the fuel filter can be removed by slowly rotating the housing to free it from the o-rings that secure it. Remove the filter.
Reverse to reinstall.
Or, go the dealership and get a new gas line fitting that plugs into the gas tank fuel valve, add a hose, and do the same thing
NOTE: Both of these options require the ignition to be on to power the fuel pump.
Drain the gast tank. Remove the chrome bolt holding the dash to the tank. Lift up the dash and disconnect all the electrical connections. Remove the dash. Remove the seat. Remove the bolt at the bottom tank mount. Remove the nut and bolt at the bottom front of the tank. Disconnect the gas line on the left side bottom of tank. If the tank has a crossover line at the front, disconnect it. Lift the rear of the tank and block it up with piece of wood or something similar. Disconnect the electrical connection for the gas gauge under the left side of the tank. Remove the tank. Installation is reverse of removal. Don't forget to reconnect the fuel gauge and gas line, and crossover, if equipped. Good luck!
De-pressurize the Camry's fuel system. With the gas cap open (to release pressure in that location), open the fuse/relay panel under the hood and remove the relay labeled "C/OPN." Start the engine and let it run until it stops. Disconnect the battery's negative cable.
Detach the rear seat from the car. Lift up the front edge of the seat bottom cushion, disconnect the mounting bolt underneath and remove the cushion. Pull up the seat back locks, flip the seat backs down and remove the mounting bolts.
Remove the service hole cover from the floor under the seat concealing the fuel pump/sending unit.
Disconnect the fuel line and electrical connectors from the fuel pump unit. Remove the retaining bolts and withdraw the unit carefully out of the fuel tank.
Release the clips on the fuel pump assembly's plastic support with a screwdriver to remove the support. Then pull off the rubber isolator, remove the fuel sock filter and disconnect the electrical connector from the top of the assembly. You can now withdraw the fuel pump from the housing.
Connect the new fuel pump into place on the assembly housing. Reassemble the fuel pump/sending unit in order, from the electrical connector to the fuel sock filter, rubber isolator and bottom plastic support.
Place the pump unit back within the fuel tank and reattach the bolts. Reconnect the electrical connectors and the fuel line. Reattach the rear seats.
Replace the "C/OPN" relay, reconnect the negative battery cable and fill the fuel tank if it is empty.
Pressurize the Camry's fuel system by turning the ignition on for a couple of seconds. Then turn it off for ten and repeat this five to ten times.
First, remove the seat and disconnect the battery. Disconnect the hose at the bottom of the gas tank. Place an approved container on the ground and allow the gas to drain out of the tank until empty. Remove the console over the speedometer assembly.Remove the bolts connecting the tank to the frame. Remove the screw in front of the seat, at the back of the Harley-Davidson gas tank. Lift the tank up a little bit and disconnect the wiring harness from the tank. Lift the tank off the frame, taking care not damage the fuel line connections on the tank.
Remove rubber caps from the fuel shut off valves. Run screws in all the way to shut fuel off.
Remove speedo dash – 3 qty # 5mm Allen. Unplug all connectors including the small white one. Note order of plugs then un-snap from brackets on tank. Disconnect vent line.
To remove fuel tank. Remove decorative fins at the front of tank. 2 allens #4 on each side.
Remove two 10mm nuts at rear bracket holding tank.
Remove 2 qty 12mm bolts at the front bracket holding tank.
You can also swing the tank around and set it on the frame, or on a chair, without disconnecting the fuel lines. Remember to protect the frame and tank with a towel.
The air box is under the tank. Remove the top cover and replace the filter.
You can improve performance by removing some air restiction, Using a 1" hole saw drill 6 holes in air box cover to let it breath better.
NOTE: At least 1 person has reported that the soft fuel lines can start leaking after using this method multiple times. If you smell gas, it may be time to replace the stock fuel lines with a higher grade automotive gas line (7/16").
In the 03, the bottom of the back seat has two (2) spring hooks about 12 or so inches from the side (looks like this, o= hook _= front of seat bottom), (_o____o_). Just pull up on each one and the seat bottom will come up and out/forward. The seat back has a couple of bolts that you will see once you remove the seat bottom. Remove bolt(s) and slide the seat back to the outside. There are two (2) "windows" to the tank. One on driver's side that will be visible when you remove the seat bottom (and pull back the carpet and insulation, and one behind the seat-back on the passenger's side (this is where the fuel pump, et. al. is/are. Driver's side is just the second float. There is a wire and hose that connects the two floats, so you may want to disconnect the battery to avoid any electrical current in the tank.