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Re: Fuel leak
Hmm.. That's not contradictory? I think it gets just a bit if air on the suction side and won't start until its been cleared, which is why its hard to start but runs fine otherwise. Especially if its the return line depressurizing the entire system as it sits, because then once the engine runs there's no more air getting in, only exiting on the low pressure side. At least this is my thought. I'm just wondering if the leak on the return side can cause air to get into other parts of the system and cause my starting problem.
Also I'm wondering about the fix - there aren't clamps on the line, I assume they must not be appropriate? What will need to be done to seal the leak? I think it should be fixed regardless of whether its causing my starting problems right?