Leak off pipes and nozzles have been replaced, when engine is running fuel is being forced back to the leak offs and consequently spilling over the engineNot sure what the question is
It reads as its already identified as the fuel return overflow leak-off pipe is leaking
ThanksKoala I suspected that might be the case, I will give it a tryAssuming it's not a fail on fit part
It's likely to be blockage somewhere in the return circuit causing the pressure to build
You could try not tightening the fuel tank cap fully down as a first step and see if things improve
Hi Koala, blew down the overlow pipe, thats clear. Managed to tighten the fuel filter but the problem still exists. I think I will try a new filter it may be the o ring. Is there a pressure or level sensor in the filter? Thanks for your helpThanksKoala I suspected that might be the case, I will give it a try
The leak is coming from theleak off hose. When I turn the ignition on the lift pump runs and fuel immediately drips from the leak offs. I suspect over pressurising but dont know next step to cure it. Thanks for your help JWhere is the leak actually emanating from, the return/leak off hoses or the filter?
Filter seals can fail/warp/pinch if over tightened. If you’ve replaced the leak off hoses it shouldn’t be leaking unless it’s over pressurising
I dont recognise that piece. I have deduced the problem as the return pipe to the tank and will check at the tank end, all else appears to be o.k I will change tha fuel filter to make sure all is o.k.Thanks for your continued help J.