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Old 11-02-2019, 03:41 PM   #1
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Fuel leak

We were getting ready to head south until I started to coach and discovered a fuel leak. I'm more familiar with gas and Diesel, but I believe it is the fuel pump, beings fuel lines are connected to it. Does anyone have experience with this issue?Click image for larger version

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I tighten the three bolts on top. It worked! No leak!
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I'd get a can of brake clean, spray that area down and keep an eye on it for a bit...you may have gotten lucky and tighten the screws fixed it, but long term, may have to replace the pump.

A few here have been able to replace the pump gasket under those 3 screws.... doing a search here will get you gasket part #
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