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Are the line coming from fuel sender and line from bottom of gas tank on opposite side vent lines or do they connect somewhere 1996 Suzuki katana gsx750FT

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SOURCE: Reattaching the gas tank on a 1991 Suzuki 750cc Katana Motorcycle

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Posted on Apr 29, 2009

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there should be a vacuum hose coming from carb 4 that goes to the port on the rear of the petcock. as for the other 2 they are feed lines the 1 facing the rear of the bike goes to a hose between carb 1 and 2 and the 1 facing the front of the bike goes on the hose between carbs 3 and 4. the 2 remaining hoses on the carbs get criss crossed across the carbs and draped down thru the holders on the frame they are just overflow tubes incase you dump your bike. the other hose on the tank is a vent tube. hope this is helpful.

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Posted on Jan 10, 2010

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SOURCE: im putting back on a gas tank on a 94 suzuki

they're vent tubes to vent off excess gasses and trail down between the air box and the battery and stick out the bottom of the frame.

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it takes about 4.2 quarts, top it off so the oil is just at the center mark of the oil level site glass in the clutch cover

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I need help with a 2006 katana 600 how is the fuel lines from gas tank ran where do they go?? I can't figure it out


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Hi, John it's a vent line for the fuel tank that is supposed to be run down pass the bottom of the frame usually loosely secured with a tie wrap lead acid batteries and carburetors have a similar tubes and tie wrap these lines do not attach to anything at the bottom they should be free from kinks and pinches so they can breathe easily.
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May 10, 2017 | 1990 Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana)

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Suzuki 750 Katana Hoses?


Hi, Alexander always check your service manual for proper routing, PVC type valves, and vent lines allow the following components to breathe freely:
1. Gas caps.
2. Gas tanks.
3. Carburetors.
4. Lead acid batteries.
5. Evap canisters.
6. Engine crankcases.
7. Rocker boxes.
8. Transmissions.
Numbers 2-3-4 have vent lines that are routed directly to the ground usually 2" below the lowest part of the frame and loosely secured with stanchions/stand-offs or tie wraps. These lines have minimal curves and their ends do not attach to anything "WARNING" these lines should be inspected at every maintenance service for end clogging or closure pinching or kinking or missing altogether.
Failure to properly inspect and maintain vent lines may lead to:
1. Gas tank implosion.
2. Improper float levels.
3. Batteries exploding.
4. Blown crankcase and transmission seals.
5. Air cleaner oil saturation.
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May 10, 2017 | 1997 Suzuki GSX 750 F (Katana)

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How far in the gas tank does a toro trimmer fuel line need to go -- I assume not very far and not as far down as the filtered gas line, correct?


The gas line with the weighted fuel filter on it should lay across the bottom of it (somewhere near the opposite side) and the purge/return line only needs to enter the fuel tank 1/2" to3/4" to work.

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Removal of gas tank


Fuel Tank Assembly Removal & Installation Single Tank To Remove:
  1. Before servicing the vehicle refer to the precautions at the beginning of this section
  2. Relieve fuel system pressure (See: Fuel System Relieving)
  3. Disconnect the negative battery cable
  4. Raise and support the vehicle
  5. Drain the fuel tank in an approved container
  6. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • evaporative emission (EVAP) canister Disconnect fuel lines for single tank gm_trk_sub15_fuel_line_rem_singl_tnk.gif

    • Chassis fuel lines (B) at the fuel tank (A)
      1. Cap the fuel and EVAP lines to prevent possible fuel system contamination
      Disconnect EVAP vent line gm_trk_sub15_evap_vent_line_rem.gif

    • EVAP vent line at the fuel tank clip (E) Disconnect vent hose and filler hose gm_trk_sub15_vent_filler_hoses.gif

    • Vent hose and filler hose clamp (D, B)
    • Vent hose and filler hose from the line
    Fuel tank removal gm_trk_sub15_fuel_tank_rem.gif

  7. With the aid of an assistant or a suitable jack support the fuel tank
  8. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Fuel tank strap attaching bolts
    • Fuel tank straps
  9. Carefully lower the rear of the fuel tank slightly
  10. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Fuel sender cover Fuel tank connections gm_trk_sub15_fuel_tank_conn.gif

    • Fuel sender and the fuel pressure sensor electrical connectors
    • Fuel tank
  11. Place the fuel tank in a suitable work area Fuel lines at the tank gm_trk_sub15_fuel_lines_at_tank.gif

  12. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Fuel feed and return lines (C) from the fuel sender and the retaining clips
    • Fuel pump assembly from the fuel tank
    • EVAP line from the fuel tank roll over valves (B, D) and the retaining clips (A)
    • Fuel fill hose and the vent hose from the fuel tank
    • Fuel tank
To Install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
    • EVAP line to the fuel tank roll over valves and the retaining clips
    • Fuel pump assembly to the fuel tank
    • Fuel feed and return lines to the fuel sender and the retaining clips
    • Fuel fill hose and the vent hose to the fuel tank; torque hose clamps,
      1. Torque to: 22 lb-in. (2.5 Nm)
  2. With the aid of an assistant or a suitable jack support and partially raise the fuel tank front end first
  3. Install or connect the following:
    • Fuel sender and the fuel pressure sensor electrical connectors
    • Fuel sender cover
  4. Fully raise the fuel tank
  5. Install or connect the following:
    • Fuel tank straps
    • Install the fuel tank strap attaching bolts;
      1. Torque to 30 lb-ft. (40 Nm)
    • Fuel fill hose and the vent hose to the lines;
      1. Torque hose clamp to 22 lb-in. (2.5 Nm)
  6. Torque the vent hose clamp,
    • Torque to: 22 lb-in. (2.5 Nm)
  7. Connect the EVAP vent line to the fuel tank clip
  8. Remove the caps from the fuel and EVAP lines
  9. Install or connect the following:
    • chassis fuel lines at the fuel tank
    • EVAP canister
  10. Lower the vehicle to the ground
  11. Fill the fuel tank with clean fuel
  12. Install the fuel filler cap
  13. Connect the negative battery cable
  14. Use the following procedure to inspect for leaks:
    • Turn the ignition on for two seconds
    • Turn the ignition off for 10 seconds
    • Turn the ignition on
    • Inspect for fuel leaks
  15. Install the engine sight shield
  16. Road test the vehicle to check performance

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Gas runs out all the time gas gauge works when it wants to


Sounds like you have a broken tank or tank connection. The sending unit ( hanger ) has the gas pump and the gauge sender in the one unit htatgoes into the top of thetank. the tank has to be lowered to see. theirs three lines connected with snap on fuel connecters that take a line toolto release them. some methinol fuels will eat the seals out of these and rot the float for the fuel sender. If the tank has been hit hard from the bottom theirs a baffle that can come adrift and run into the hanger breaking the lines as they go though the top of the tank making a leak course you coulda run over something that punctureed and bent the tank.

Nov 17, 2010 | 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT

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My problem is that there is a third small line coming out of the carburator, just beside the main fuel supply line. Where dos it go?


This is the line that carries the old gas/air that is in the carburetor back to the fuel tank, and it connects onto the shorter nipple of the purge/primer bulb where it is then pushed back into the fuel tank. The longer nipple on the buob should have a line going directly to the fuel tank. The filtered fuel line goes directly from the fuel tank into the carburetor (fuel pump side...that is the side without the vented cover). The vented cover side is the metering chamber side and that side is where the purge line you speak of should come from.

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95 suzuki katana won't start however when sprayed into carb it fires right up how do I change the fuel pump or fix it


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First things need to do : check your carburetor and ignition system
Make sure they working well.

Suzuki Katana 95 ( specs.
Carburetor 1988-1997: Mikuni BST32 x 4
Ignition type: Transistorized
Ignition timing: 13° B.T.D.C. below 1500 rpm

Aug 05, 2010 | 1995 Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana)

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93 Suzuki Katana GSX 600 fuel issues?


You need to check and see if you are getting fuel from the tank into your carbs, if you pull the line that feeds the petcock valve off the top gas should come out. If it doesnt there is a clog in your tank. Now pull the line off the bottom of the petcock valve (this feeds your carbs) and make sure you have fuel at all setting of the petcock valve except for off. If you dont then you probably have a bad petcock valve. If you are getting fuel from the petcock vavle into you carbs then there is a problem with your carbs.

If you take the fuel bowl drain screw out of the carb (located on the bottom). Gas should run out of the associated carb, if it doesn't, then you have something stuck in the carb and one carb not working correctly can make the bike not run. If you find this to be the problem get a can of carb cleaner, take the fuel bowl drain screw out and let the gas run out, stick the red spray wand from the can of cleaner into the hole and flush your carbs out really good.

Then give it a try. Make sure that the connection between your carbs and head is tight while you are there. If that does not fix your problem you may ahve to pull the carbs and take a closer look.

Apr 08, 2010 | 1993 Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana)

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KAWASAKI Z750 ABS vacuum (pressure) in the gas tank


If you're building up vacuum or pressure in the fuel tank, your vent line is pinched or plugged. It is a rubber hose that comes off the fuel tank, usually runs down the right side and discharges vented air out the bottom somewhere.

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