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2003CBRRR T FITTING UNDER SEAT ONE HOSE GOES TO TANK WHERE DOES THE SHORT ONE AND OTHER LONG ONE GO

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SOURCE: 1999 gmc jimmy coolant reservoir hose connections.

in that case you may have resavor in wrong or routed the hose wrong bottom hosed should go to fitting next to rad cap

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SOURCE: Does tank vent under front of seat need a hose connected to it?

I would recommend one is fitted.....the last place I would want soaking in petrol would be my gentlemans area. Being serious though, it would be a good idea to direct any possible spillage to the ground and not all over the bikes engine and exhaust.

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Gas tank removal on 1980 yamaha xs 850 special


Pretty easy, straight forward. Take out the bolt at the very back of the tank, under the seat. Have a couple short hoses open on one end, plugged at the other (I use golf tees to plug my hoses, great because you can use the same colors when disconnecting multiple hoses) Lift up the tank a little bit and unhook the hoses to the petcock (on/off reserve lever). Be ready to put the plugs-hoses on so your gas don't drench your engine and floor. Lift the tank another 4-5 inches and pull back. You're done!The tank is mounted by 2 rubber pucks which slide into the mounts, pretty great time proven idea.

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How to remove gas tank on 2003 ultra classic electric glide


1. Drain fuel tank as follows:
Obtain a short section of hose with a 5/16 inch (7.9 mm) I.D.
Insert bolt in one end of hose and install hose clamp to
ensure that end is securely plugged. Using a side cutters, cut
clamp from one end of crossover hose beneath fuel tank.
Quickly replace crossover hose on fuel tank fitting with open
end of short hose while directing flow of gasoline from free
end of crossover hose into suitable container.
2. Remove seat.
3. Purge the fuel supply line of high pressure gas. Proceed
as follows:
a. Remove the 15 amp fuel pump fuse.
b. Start the engine and allow the vehicle to run.
c. When the engine stalls, operate starter for 3 seconds
to remove remaining fuel from fuel lines.
4. Unthread bolt and remove battery negative cable (black)
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5. Carefully cut anchored cable strap securing main harness
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6. Open fuel door on console. Remove two Allen head
screws inboard of rubber bumpers. These screws
secure console to clip nuts on the canopy bracket.
7. Remove Allen head screw to detach flange at rear of
console from clip nut on fuel tank weldment.
8. Lay a clean shop towel on forward part of rear fender.
9. Remove filler cap from neck of fuel tank. Remove console
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10. At top of canopy, depress button on socket side of 3-
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11. Gently pry fuel vapor vent tube from fitting on filler neck
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12. Locate quick-connect fitting on left side of fuel tank. Pull
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I changed my fuel pump on my 93 fleet wood and it still will start but cuts off at about ten min of driving should I get a factory cadilliac fuelpump


NOTE! WHILE THIS IS NOT A HARD REPAIR, YOU ARE DEALING WITH GASOLINE AND GAS VAPOURS. tAKE THE NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS.
Take out the back seat (there are 2 pull-tabs to release it and it will lift up) and you will see 2 square plates that are screwed down. Remove the one on the passenger's side and you will see the the top of the gas tank and the sending unit (the sending unit contains the fuel pump).
Remove the electrical connector on the sending unit, and then start the car. It should die immediatly. Try starting the car several time to relieve the fuel pressure.
Next, remove the negative battery cable for safety. Then remove the 2 hoses going to the sending unit. One is held on by a hose clamp while the other is a threaded fitting. I REMOVED THE RUBBER HOSE FIRST AND ALLOWED THE GAS TO LEAK INTO A CONTAINER UNDER THE FUEL TANK.
AFTER TRYING TO UNSCREW THE METAL HOSE COUPLING, I REALIZED THAT THE RUBBER HOSE CONNECTED TO THE THEREADED FITTING WAS TWISTING INTO A KNOT. ( THE FITTING ON THE SENDING UNIT DOES NOT TURN_YOU CAN RUIN THE SENDING UNIT BY TRYING TO TURN THE FITTING ATTACHED TO THE SENDING UNIT. )
I HAD TO JACK THE VEHICLE UP, PLACE JACK STANDS UNDER THE REAR WHEELS, AND UNSCREW THE OTHER END OF THE THEREADED FITTING FROM THE SENDING UNIT WHERE IT CONNECTS TO THE FUEL LINE UNDERNEATH THE VEHICLE. YOU WILL HAVE TO TURN THE FUEL LINE FITTING TO DISCONNECT IT FROM THE LINE THAT ATTACHES TO THE SENDING UNIT. AT THIS POINT, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO UNSCREW THE THEREADED FITTING THAT GOES TO THE SENDING UNIT. IT IS SAFER TO UNDO BOTH ENDS OF THE THREADED FITTINGS AND REMOVE THE HOSE BEFORE YOU ATTEMPT TO REMOVE THE SENDING UNIT/FUEL PUMP ASSEMBLY.
Then remove the bolts on the sending unit and remove it from the gas tank.
Replace the pump in the sending unit and then put everything back together.

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I have a 95 vulcon 750. had to pull carbs and clean them. got them put back on but have one vac line to hook up. vac line between the carbs. one line from each carb fits to a y connecter with one outlet....


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From the tank (filter on free end) to carburetor.
Carburetor to primer (primer draws fuel from tank through carburetor.
Primer to tank. (excess fuel returned to tank)
Without seeing a like saw logic says the upper carb fitting goes to the primer (draws the air out) If one is larger than the other the larger is probably the fuel feed (tank).

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Need to know how fuel system and fuel lines are installed fuel lines dryrotted cant determine where to hook each line can i see a diagram


Line from tank with the filter on it is the supply line and goes to the carb inlet fitting. This is typically on the "bottom" of the carb (with the tank being up) and will usually have a fitting with barbs or a bulge on it to ensure a tight fit. The other fitting on the carb is the return line and is usually a straight tube fitting with no barbs. That line goes the suction side of the primer bulb. The third line goes from the outlet of the primer bulb to the return barb fitting in the bottom of the tank. Fittings have to be removed from tank to properly install the new hoses on them. Remove retainer ring on outside of tank and push fittings into tank, then shake out of the fill opening. More details on proper installation follows.

If yours is like all the Ryobi units that I have seen you just need a piece about 12" long of 1/8 ID fuel line. You can usually order that from parts suppliers or get it at some lawn and garden repairs shops. Hardware stores will not likely have it. There is a fitting with a hose barb on it that fits through the tank. On the outside of the tank on the bottom there will be a round plastic ring, assuming the fitting is still in place and just the hose split at the fitting. Use a knife or thin blade of some type to pry off ring. It is actually around the hose that is over the barb. Keep ring, you will need again. Now push fitting up into the tank. You may have to trim off the hose that is outside the tank on the barb to get it to go into the tank. Shake tank around and get fitting out of tank. You will see there is a piece of hose on it yet. Remove that piece of hose. Now take the new hose and slide it onto the barb. It must go all the way to the top of the barb fitting so that the hose actually goes into the tank through the hole drilled in the tank. The OD of the hose acts as the seal to keep gas from leaking out of the tank. You may need to put some oil of some type (vegetable oil works well) on the barb and inside of hose to help slip it on and use some pliers with smooth or rounded jaws ( no serrations, will damage hose) to get hose on. Thread other end of hose into the fill hole of the tank and out the hole in the bottom of the tank. Hint: Straighten out paper clip or use small wire inserted into the hole from the bottom of the tank up towards the fill opening. Slip tube over that and use the wire to guid the tube directly to the opening. Pull hose through the tank. When fitting with barb and hose over it reached the hole in the tank it will resist being pulled through. Carefully pull firmly on hose to stretch it so the hose/fitting "bulge" pulls into the hole in the tank. Look into tank and see when top flange of fitting is tight against the bottom inside of tank. You should see bottom of barb outside of the tank with the hose on it. Once in place put the plastic retainer ring back over hose and push up to bottom of tank. It should fit snuggly when you get to the "bulge" area. Cut hose length as needed to fit onto straight tube fitting on primer bulb. Should be good to go. You may find that the other hoses are getting bad also and may want to change them at the same time, as they will probably be ready to crack also. You can reuse filter from tank if it is not plugged, just add a new hose as described previously. Otherwise you can order a new filter with the line already on it. That line goes directly to the carb inlet barb. That barb is also hard to push hose on. Third line is from the return side of the carb to the suction side of the primer bulb. That is just a straight piece of 1/8" ID hose and pushes onto straight tube fittings, very easy to get hose on compared to barb fittings.

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Replacing headlamp vacuum hose in dash


I have a 1970 Corvette, and a 1976 Corvette. I restore and customize Corvettes.

So you're getting ready to do the Fun(?) stuff, huh? Yes sir, nothing will make your day more than replacing your vacuum hoses for the headlamps.

I'm going to detail the hoses out, and the parts they connect to. Then I'm going to give you a link, that I feel will show the headlight vacuum diagram in great detail, plus a few tricks from me.

Let's start with the hose that comes from the intake manifold. The main supply of vacuum. It comes from the rear of the intake, and goes over to a Vacuum Filter. The vacuum filter is an item to replace, as it's a possible source for a vacuum leak, and prevents contaminating particles from entering your engine.
From the vacuum filter there is a hose to a Check Valve. (Another item to replace) The check valve then splits into two fittings. Two hoses come off of it. One hose leads into the firewall, and comes up under the dash. It connects to the light switch. The light switch has two fittings on it. One towards the pull knob, one towards the end of the light switch. This hose connects to the fitting at the end of the light switch.

The fitting on the light switch towards the pull knob, has a hose that comes off, and goes to the Pull Down Switch. (Manual Override Pull Down Switch) The little plastic knob you pull to keep the headlights up, or push in, so they the headlights will close when the headlights are turned off.

The other hose that comes off of the Pull Down switch, goes along the left fender well, and ends at the front of the car. It fits into a plastic 'Tee'. The Tee has two hoses coming off of it. One hose goes to the Left headlight Relay Valve. The other hose goes to the Right headlight Relay Valve.

From here the hoses are color coded. You may not be able to see this color code anymore. The color code of these hoses, is Red, Yellow, and Green.

On the Relay Valve it has a vacuum diaphragm chamber. This chamber looks like two pie pans put together. There are three fittings on the Relay Valve body. There is a fitting on the chamber itself. The hose coming from the Tee I described above, goes to the chamber fitting. The other hose coming from the Tee, goes to the other Relay Valve chamber. Doesn't matter which hose from the Tee, goes to what Relay Valve chamber. But when you look at it, you'll know how to lay those hoses out. You don't want then twisted over each other.

The fitting on the Relay Valve that is on the body of the valve, and nearest the chamber, is Red in color. It has a hose that goes to the back of the Actuator. The 90 degree bent metal tube. The actuator looks like two pie pans put together, too. The Actuator has a rod that comes out of the middle of it, and is what actually moves the headlight.

At the end of the Relay Valve body is a fitting. The one furthest away from the chamber. It has a Green hose coming from it. This hose goes to the Actuator on the other side. It connects to a straight fitting, in the middle of the actuator. This is the same for the other side.

The fitting in the middle of the Relay Valve body, has a Yellow hose coming from it. It goes to that long cylindrical tank in the front of the car. At each end of this tank are the bumper brackets.
This hose connects to a fitting at the end of the cylindrical tank. The cylindrical tank is the Vacuum Reservoir. Same thing for the other side.

The last hose is where we left off at the Check Valve. One hose went to the headlight switch. The other hose runs along the fender well, and connects to the Vacuum Reservoir. The long cylindrical tank up front.

Tricks:
1.With vacuum built up, press the rubber seal that's on the shaft (Rod) coming out of the Actuator. If you hear a vacuum leak, the seal is bad. This seal can be replaced without having to replace the Actuator. It isn't easy, but it isn't that tough.

2.With the check valve removed, blow air into the single inlet. If you can blow air through it, this check valve is shot. It's about $14 and should be replaced.

3.If the Vacuum Filter is soiled looking by holding it up into a bright light, and looking at it, it should be replaced.

4.The best method if your budget will allow, is to buy those vacuum hoses as a kit. They are color coded, and come with instructions.

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