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It probably broke off from a Tee fitting. Three hoses connect at one junction point. After it breaks off, you will only see two hoses that look like a single hose, but with a plastic connector holding them together. Also at that junction point, you will have a hole in the plastic connector, where the hose that came off the carb belongs. This broken Tee fitting creates a vacuum leak. Purchase a new Tee fitting, disconnect the old part, then install the new one.
Bottom of oil tank to right/outside feed on pump. Inside is return line to top of tank where filter cap is. If you ran a cooler than run this line to the cooler and back to the tank. Above the pump is the large vent line. It goes to a tee fitting and than to the top of the tank and to the back/bottom of the primary. The small line goes to the back /center of the primary. It\'s the chain oiler.
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Yes this is a real problem with all Harley's but there is an easy for it.
Remove the vent line that runs from each cylinder head to the carburetor, its a metal "Y" with 2 banjo fittings on it where it attached to the top of the cylinders. You can do one of two things here; buy 2 new banjo fittings that have 5/16" hose nipples on them, or you can use what you have and salvage the banjo fittings from the "Y" that you just removed. If you use the old fittings leave about 1" of the old line in place for your new hose. You will also need a 5/16" Tee fitting and about 4' of 5/16" hose. Assemble the banjo fittings, the 5/16" Tee and 5/16" hose to form a new "Y". Then attach the top of the "Y" to the top of the cylinders and run the long end of the "Y" down from the cylinders heads and forward. Follow the front of th motor and run the hose along the bottom right frame rail. I run mine out to the right side of the lower swing arm and then let about 4" of hose hang down at about 20 degrees.
Just take your time running the hose and conceal it the best that you can. Once this is done clean up the mess that the old system left and you will never have oil all over you and the right side of the bike again.
Air intake of the unit and or vent termination may be blocked. If the heater worked for that long without a condensate tee. The heat exchanger could be pluged . I would have heater cleaned and have them check out heat exchanger.If you want to take flue pipe off of the top of water heater you can take a flashlight and look down at heat exchanger to see if it is pluged take front panel off first also turn power off if you decide to do this. If you need any help let me know