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Old 04-04-2010, 04:43 PM
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Wipe it dry then put a little flower or powder in there. the powder will help find the leak if you have any problems with that.
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Wipe it dry then put a little flower or powder in there. the powder will help find the leak if you have any problems with that.
Thats a pretty good trick Scatgo. How much flour do you use? I suppose if you get biscuits you used too much. I wish I thought of something like this a couple weeks ago since it took me quite a while to find a fuel leak. It turns out it was coming from the bottom of the FPR.
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Biscuits hu? LOL, yea just dust it. It can help. Sometime the fuel is hard to see. The baby powder or flour will help. You can also dust it on after the leak starts and it will stick to any fuel or oil and show up wet. O yeah and if you ever have trouble finding it on a fat chick roll her around in some flour then look for the wet spot!
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My high pressure lines are leaking yaaaaaaaa.
1/4 tank fuel 10 miles
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Well never thought i would say this but my hose ok i blew an oring lol
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