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Hi all ,
I have a 1983 Honda GL 1100 Aspencade.
I have a leak from the carb fuel inlet .
I am also able to wiggle it slightly.
When I crank it gas comes out from the carb inlet tube . ( Sorry I don't know the proper name for this part. ) It is the brass barbed fitting on the carb that is fed from the fuel pump.
Can someone please guide me to the best way on how to replace this ?
Any help is much appreciated.
Thank you
 

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It's a little hard to get to but you can remove it and replace the o-rings.
 

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It's a little hard to get to but you can remove it and replace the o-rings.
Thanks. Any idea where I can buy a Honda replacement or other quality replacement?
So far all I have seen is 90° elbows.
Also , how is it removed ?
 

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To get the o-rings from honda you have to buy a complete carb kit. There is a screw that holds the accelerator pump linkage and also holds the fitting in, careful and pay attention to how everything goes. You can take the o-rings to a parts store and find something that will work.
 
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To get the o-rings from honda you have to buy a complete carb kit. There is a screw that holds the accelerator pump linkage and also holds the fitting in, careful and pay attention to how everything goes. You can take the o-rings to a parts store and find something that will work.
Followed your advice carbs back in NO LEAKS. And purrs like a kitten. Thank you sooo much Dave for the guidance and knowledge
 
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