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Wheres the petcock or on off valve - 1989 Honda Pacific Coast

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Where is petcock located


Hi, J left side towards the rear of the gas tank on the bottom for more information about your question and valuable "FREE" downloads that you will need please click on the websites below. Good luck and have a nice day.
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Okay the hose that runs from the Petcock valve to the fuel pump has little slits where it's like old & got bent and broke so where can I go about finding and getting another one of those are?


the hose you want will be petrol hose ( any spares shop)and be a tight push on fit to the petcock and the pump
use special hose clips ( jubilee clips or clips supplied in a filter replacement kit or zip tie done up tight ) to secure
from your description you need a smaller diameter hose

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If it's a non-vacuum petcock, just plug the vacuum lines and use the petcock like a manual one.

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Where is the petcock valve located on the radiator on 1993 toyota camry V6?


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There are no petcock valve on toyota camry.
What its a plain radiator cap that has a valve in it, pressure can be activated at certain point and the coolant goes through the coolant reservoir.
You mean the radiator drain plug? you would see that plug underneathe that radiator assembly, wing nut type plastic made, can be loosen by hand or a pair of pliers!
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What is the open position for the fuel petcock...parallell to the ground? Or is is it perpendicular...basically which way is ON, OFF, RESERVE?


The petcock on your bike is supposed to be one of the vacuum operated type petcocks. When the engine is started, the vacuum from the engine is supplied to a diaphragm on the backside of the petcock open the fuel valve. It may have been changed since these valves were notorious for problems.

Your petcock should be labeled "ON", "OFF", and "RES" if it's a manual petcock. There should be and arrow on the lever on the petcock as well. This is the best advice I can give without being able to look at the petcock. I hope it helps. GOOD LUCK and ride safe.

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Sounds to me like a cracked fuel line. No leaks when sitting still but add the torque of the engine turning over and the vibration and the line flexes enough to leak. If not a fuel line, the weld may be cracked where the petcock mounts to the tank or the petcock itself may be cracked. Is the petcock water trap screwed on tightly?

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