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Diagnostic help #559123
11/02/19 05:30 AM
11/02/19 05:30 AM
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Portland Oregon, USA
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Midgie Man Offline OP
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Portland Oregon, USA
Hi folks, I could use some guidance.

I went to start my 2015 M3W up and fuel started pouring out from around the right side cylinder. The engine start without issue and seems to idle fine. I checked in and around the throttle body and see no source of the fuel. Before I start taking things apart I'm hoping some else has had a similar issue or can offer some likely areas I should pay particular attention to.

Thanks,
Robert

Re: Diagnostic help [Re: Midgie Man] #559131
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Robert have you checked the fuel hoses? They can leak at the crimped fasteners. Even if all appears well best replace with proper hose clamps, not worm drive clamps. I had a leak & the escaping fuel hit the LH aero screen & crazed the plastic. Changed for a Fairbourne screen.

Re: Diagnostic help [Re: Midgie Man] #559164
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See this link:

http://www.talkmorgan.com/ubbthreads.php/ubb/showflat/Number/534835/Searchpage/1/Main/34359/Words/Hose/Search/true/Re:_fuel_droplets_on_windshiel#Post534835


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