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Fuel Line to Fuel Pump Leak???

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Old 09-08-2010, 09:13 AM
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Default Fuel Line to Fuel Pump Leak???

I removed my fuel tank to replace the rear brake line (that blew) and must not have paid close enough attention to the connections/parts...

I have the tank back in and the truck starts, BUT fuel is squirting out of the fuel line connection, where it attaches to the fuel pump, via blue clip... I've cleaned and reconnected it several times and it still leaks.

Is there suppose to be/am I missing an O ring / Gasket that goes against the blue clip to make the seal tight to the fuel line?

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Bryan
 
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It is hard for us to guess without actually being there and seeing it. But someone already did a DIY and you can compare with those pics.

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