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    Which fuel line goes where?

    Im getting close to finishing this project. But one thing I do not know is which fuel lines go where. I found a diagram showing which line is what on the motor side, but I'm not sure what fitting on the tank is what. I'm assuming the fitting on the far left is the return since it's only about a inch long going into the tank. Also where does the long skinny tube go? I'm guessing that's some kind of vent. 96 slx 780. Thanks
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    Also, is there a way to check the oil injection to make sure it's working. The reservoir was filled with a purple ish black oil that looked dirty. Just want to make sure it wasn't blocked off and filled with old oil. I didn't see any signs of it being blocked off

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    There are small markings right on the rim/flange of the fuel sender.

    Somewhere on here I have posted close up photos of the three and four nipple fuel senders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SledNeck9129 View Post
    Also, is there a way to check the oil injection to make sure it's working. The reservoir was filled with a purple ish black oil that looked dirty. Just want to make sure it wasn't blocked off and filled with old oil. I didn't see any signs of it being blocked off
    The oil pump is located towards the rear of the ski under and between the CEN and PTO carbs. Check to make sure it is installed, that a 1/4" ID line is connected to it and the oil tank, and that smaller, about 1/8" lines, run from the pump to each of the 3 carb bodies. You can pull the lines off the carbs and crank the motor with the lanyard out. Oil should begin to dribble out of the lines. Also ensure the linkage from the pump is connected to the throttle shaft between the CEN and PTO carbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    There are small markings right on the rim/flange of the fuel sender.

    Somewhere on here I have posted close up photos of the three and four nipple fuel senders.
    Like this??

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...=1#post2268103

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFishCrisis View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    There are small markings right on the rim/flange of the fuel sender.

    Somewhere on here I have posted close up photos of the three and four nipple fuel senders.
    Like this??

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...=1#post2268103

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