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Highway-Star Highway-Star is offline
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Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Finland
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Use your nose to roughly find from where fuel smell is coming from.

Then put new, clean latex gloves on your hands. Run your fingers along fuel lines, and suspect places. Sniff your fingers from time to time... you will know immediately when you have touched an area where there is a slightest fuel leak, the smell is that strong.

No mess on engine, and no smelly hands, since you dispose of your gloves. Always have 100 pcs boxes of new disposable medical gloves around in my garage.
'76 930
Old 08-23-2014, 10:24 PM
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