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    water bar valve?

    Hi, I have a 99 slth. there is a plastic valve that hangs off a short hose on the side of the water bar on top of the cylinder head. It is tapped into the bar where plug #24 is in this diagram.

    The reason i ask is it is leaking when the engine is running and I need to replace it but I cant if its not in any diagrams. It is black plastic L-shaped and has an o-ring sealed top that might be spring loaded. I am thinking it might be some kind of pressure relief valve.

    Anyone know what it is or what it does? I have hunted around the internet for hours with no luck.

    Thanks for any help.

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    Apr 2006
    panama city beach 'fl
    that's the flush fitting to run on hose,need in salt water-would be nice in fresh to but not needed

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    Jul 2007
    near Toronto, Canada
    The reverse flush fitting was an add-on item on most models, which is why it doesn't show up in the parts diagrams.

    If it is leaking you can remove it and install a threaded plug in the water manifold, or replace the flush fitting.

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