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the fastest way is to replace the line it connects to pull the old line out take the new hose and trim it down to 1/3 about a 1/2 long feed a stiff wire threw the hose opening and out the gas cap opening slide the line over the hose and slowly pull the wire back til the hose sticks out then pull the hose threw connect the filter to the hose then pull into place trim the hose to size
Absent or tampered O-rings at fuel vapor and EVAP purge line canister fittings.
Cracked or punctured EVAP canister.
Damaged source vacuum line, EVAP purge line, EVAP vent hose or fuel tank vapor line.
Poor connection at the ECM. Inspect the harness connectors for the following conditions.
Poor terminal-to-wire connection.
harness. Examine a) the wiring harness to the EVAP vent solenoid, b)
EVAP canister purge valve and c) the fuel tank pressure sensor to ensure
whether an intermittent open or short circuit prevails.
Kinked, pinched or plugged vacuum source, EVAP purge, or fuel tank vapor line. Ensure that the lines are not restricted
It is simple find a clean container.From the tank you will find the fuel valve and the fuel hose connected to your carburator. First close the fuel valve, if it is easier to remove the hose from the carburator, remove it and to put it to your container. Open the valve to drain the gasoline. Otherwise take a rubber hose about half meter of the same size and put one end of the hose to the container, disconnect the fuel hose after the valve and connect the other end of your hose which is in the container. Open the valve to drain the gasoline to the container.
Details vary with brand and model, but in general the fuel line goes into the tank somewhere near the carburetor and connects to the fuel filter inside the tank. The other end connects to the carburetor inlet-- usually near the upper end of the carburetor. Lower down on the carburetor, there is another port that connects with fuel line to the primer inlet port. Another line goes from the primer outlet back into the tank. Usually, one just goes to a saw service shop and buys lengths of the proper size line. Much cheaper than buying as a service part from the manufacturer. Hope this helps!
Hi; I suspect he replaced the fuel hoses. If it is running it is most likely plumbed correctly however there should be 2 different size hoses and I think they are all the same. Small hose in tank (pn 350069216) with filter on the end to carburetor input. Small hose from carburetor to air bleeder. Large hose (pn 530069247) from bleeder to return connection on the tank. I think the large hose is the wrong size or not connected to the return.
Hi, Fuel filters and some other hose connections on vehicles today use
a clip mechanism that is easily released with a small plastic tool.
These tools are available in most auto parts stores. They come in a set
to accommodate different size hoses, and metal barbs. Simply put the
longer end of the tool toward the fitting and press to release. Good