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I have a 1981 honda goldwing interstate yhat I am bringing back to life. After straightening out some "interesting" wiring the previous owner had performed I did a carburetor conversion to a single carb. I now have it running and idling pretty well.

What I have noticed is that it seems to drip coolant from the fuel pump..... so obviously it is dripping from somewhere.......... but where??

any ideas what could be leaking and dripping off the fuel pump? I can't see anything? is there a gasket around the pump that may be bad?

thanks for any help

Stan
 

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It is not leaking from the fuel pump I assure you. It could be from the water tube on top of the engine.
 

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DaveO430 wrote:
It is not leaking from the fuel pump I assure you. It could be from the water tube on top of the engine.
That'd be my guess.
 

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the fuel pump has a weep hole for gas if the pump is failing.
 

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Biker John wrote:
DaveO430 wrote:
It is not leaking from the fuel pump I assure you. It could be from the water tube on top of the engine.
That'd be my guess.
+ 1.5 on that.



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