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    Fx Sho loose line

    While flushing out my engine today I noticed a line coming off near the seat bracket that was connected to nothing. It looked as though it was connected to a silver bracket at one point. I am assuming its a waste line or air line but I just wanted to be sure.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan15 View Post
    While flushing out my engine today I noticed a line coming off near the seat bracket that was connected to nothing. It looked as though it was connected to a silver bracket at one point. I am assuming its a waste line or air line but I just wanted to be sure.
    I think you are talking about old fashion batteries vent tube! Old batteries uses that tube! But I am sure your battery is newer and 100% seal!

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    He's right, it's the vent line for the liquid lead acid batteries.

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    Thanks for the quick responses, glad its nothing to worry about.

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