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2006 Bombardier Outlander 800 Fuel line leak

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Fuel line hose has a pinprick hole. And tips, suggestions or warnings about how to change it out would be appreciated.

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You would want to replace it by finding exactly what that hose part # is on a parts diagram. fuel leaks are not safe. What kind of ATV is this?

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Thanks for the reply. It's a 2006  Bombardier Outlander 800.  Fuel leaks are especially dangerous here in California in the height of fire season.                                                Just wondering how much I'm going to have to take off to get to that hose. I've changed the oil, but am pretty sure I'm going to have to hire someone to take on the hose replacement.

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Yeah I would get it fixed, fuel leaks are dangerous!

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