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  • MC25
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    Originally posted by DavidF View Post
    So the clip I can undo with just my hands? And I’m not moving enough of the orange cover back to see the rest of the clip?
    You could use a small flathead screw driver. Pull the orange hose back just a little more and you’ll see.

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  • Olaff
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    Hang on, I’ll go look at mine real quick and confirm.

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  • DavidF
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    And thanks!

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  • DavidF
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    So the clip I can undo with just my hands? And I’m not moving enough of the orange cover back to see the rest of the clip?

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  • Olaff
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    Yep /\ /\. What he said. Roll the orange sleeve back some to expose more of the clip and fuel hose.

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  • MC25
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    The clip has prongs that slide inside the line and then two clips that are under the orange hose. Once you get the clips off the side under the hose, slide it forward and you’ll be set.

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  • DavidF
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    And here are my tools
    Attached Files

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  • DavidF
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    Here is a pic
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  • DavidF
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    Thanks! Just need that clip removed ! Maybe it’s on a spring?

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  • JimN
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    Originally posted by DavidF View Post
    I’ll see if I can get one in a bit. And do I need the disconnect both batteries first? Hard to get to the second one.
    Not a bad idea to disconnect them- also, they told us at MC training to wear a grounding wrist strap to prevent static discharges when it's dry (like Winter, working indoors, wearing pants and scooting around on the carpet). I doubt you'll have a problem in higher humidity, though.

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  • DavidF
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    I’ll see if I can get one in a bit. And do I need the disconnect both batteries first? Hard to get to the second one.

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  • Fullpass
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    A picture would help of the clip your talking about

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  • DavidF
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    I gotcha. My only question is how to get that clip disengaged to be able to get the fuel line tool in there

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  • JimN
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    Originally posted by DavidF View Post
    Ok, thanks. How do I remove it exactly? I assume you don’t mean actually REMOVE It, but somehow disengage the clip? Should I use a little screwdriver to pry it up? Do I push the tube a little forward first? Sorry for the dumbass questions.
    Make sure the tool is the correct one- if you damage the end(s), the line could come apart and at pressure, that's a huge fire hazard.

    Post a photo.

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  • DavidF
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    Ok, thanks. How do I remove it exactly? I assume you don’t mean actually REMOVE It, but somehow disengage the clip? Should I use a little screwdriver to pry it up? Do I push the tube a little forward first? Sorry for the dumbass questions.

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