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I look a pieces for gas cut border, model: M26, 26cc, (rubber gasket for three enter pipe) gas tank

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look under the tank, their should be a nut holding on the old one. by removing that nut the part should free itself.

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SOURCE: One piece toilet needs a new gasket. How do I replace it?

The top of the pipe above the flush valve is threaded. Unscrew it, and you will be able to remove the flush valve and replace the gasket.

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SOURCE: the rubber hose conecting the pipe to the gas tank

Hello. Your best bet is to replace it. This is a common item available at any auto parts store. J.

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The leak at the fuel tank is not related. Sorry. What you have is a blockage in the carb itself. Take it back off, take it apart and carefully clean all the orifices. In the plate under the primer bulb, there is a one way valve. Make sure it is clean, use aerosol carb cleaner and spray thru the valve. Remove the locks from the adjustment screws and remove the jets one at a time and blow carb spray thru them also. If you did not replace the strainer screen before, replace it now. It is located under the plate nearest to the fuel inlet. When reassemble, make sure the gaskets are in the same order as the originals. Diaphragm side...paper gasket against the carb body, then diaphragm. On the inlet side, thin cellophane first, then the thicker gasket, then the outer plate. The adjustment screws should be turned out 1.5 to 2.0 turns.
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For a fix, if you will look under the car, you will see a place where the metal fill pipe meets the metal extension coming up from the gas tank. Between them is a rubber hose with a metal clamp on each end. You could loosen those clamps and remove the rubber pipe, and then see if something is plugging that, and where. The gas tank is removable, but both that and the rubber hose will be a "big job'.
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1) Disconnect battery negative cable.2) Jack up car and support on safety Jack stands3) Siphon gas out of tank4) Remove three rubber hoses on rear of tank. These are used for gas fill up; remove hose clamps and disconnect.5) Remove three hoses from front of tank; these hoses go from the fuel pump to the engine. You'll need special fuel line wrenches for this.6) Disconnect two connectors at the front of the tank.7) Remove two bolts that hold the exhaust pipe heat shield. You'll want to use penetrating oil on these; they will be corroded.8) Support tank with a floor jack. Remove the bolts which hold the tank in place. Pivot the tank on the exhaust, tilt and slide out.9) The gas hoses are taped to the tank. Remove the hoses. The fuel pump plate has about 12 screws around it. Remove the screws. Lift the plate out. The fuel pump is retained with one screw. Remove the screw. Filter is retained with a clip; remove it.10) Get your new fuel pump ($250), the rubber gasket for the fuel pump plate, and new filter ($5). Compare the pump with the old one; it must be the exact lenght. I had to go to two different auto parts stores before I got the right one.Installation is opposite of above. Good luck!Fuel pump is not too tough. First, get a Haynes or Chilton manual for reference (about $14).Best to do this outdoors, so that the gas fumes don't accumate. If I recall correctly:1) Disconnect battery2) Jack up car3) Siphon gas out of tank4) Remove three rubber hoses on rear of tank. These are used for gas fill up; remove hose clamps and disconnect.5) Remove three hoses from front of tank; these hoses go from the fuel pump to the engine. You'll need special fuel line wrenches for this.6) Disconnect two connectors at the front of the tank.7) Remove two bolts that hold the exhaust pipe heat shield. You'll want to use penetrating oil on these; they will be corroded.8) Support tank with a floor jack. Remove the bolts which hold the tank in place. Pivot the tank on the exhaust, tilt and slide out.9) The gas hoses are taped to the tank. Remove the hoses. The fuel pump plate has about 12 screws around it. Remove the screws. Lift the plate out. The fuel pump is retained with one screw. Remove the screw. Filter is retained with a clip; remove it.10) Get your new fuel pump ($250), the rubber gasket for the fuel pump plate, and new filter ($5). Compare the pump with the old one; it must be the exact lenght. I had to go to two different auto parts stores before I got the right one.Installation is opposite of above. Good luck!


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There is a rubber gasket on your gas cap, normally that is the problem. If it doesn't seal tight enough the tank isn't pressurized and that sets the error codes. You can either replace the gas cap or replace the seal or add another rubber gasket.

On my Lincoln, I was getting that code quite a bit, even after replacing the gas cap, so I added another rubber gasket and haven't had that code again.

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Sounds like you are rusted out. Even the factory parts are not that expensive and they are properly bent. Check the dealer.
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