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Ok, I just finished running the new fuel lines on my new truck, and I found a problem that either I caused or didn't see before. The only leak now is right on top of the fuel tank at the pump outlet. Like I said, I could have caused it trying to cram the new lines into the rubber, or I might have just not seen it. Either way, what happened? It's dripping from the elbow fitting right at the outlet, but I don't have the tank all the way off, and I can't see how it's connected, and it doesn't want to pull off... Is there a trick to it? and what is it that I'm replacing/fixing?
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Matt {peace}
 

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It sounds like you screwed up the outlet on the sending unit. You would have to remove it from the tank and have it repaired
 

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Bogie said:
It sounds like you screwed up the outlet on the sending unit. You would have to remove it from the tank and have it repaired
Don't tell me that.... :\'( :\'(
 

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Phew! It turned out that the clamp that holds the hose to the elbow had snapped... Put a new one on and all is well! It's alive!!! Now all I have to do to drive it is give it new plugs/wires/filters/etc, refresh the brakes, replace the power steering hose (I put in a pint of fluid and it pissed it right back out) ::) , and "technically" do the exhaust... Too bad it's going to snow for the next 3 days.... I wanted to get her road ready before the snow so I could take her out to play! ;D ;D

Thanks anyway!!

Matt {peace}
 
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