July 2008 Issue
Around the Patch
Itís the little things thatíll get you.
Have you checked your fuel system for leaks lately? Turns out thereís a good reason to periodically conduct a thorough investigation. Incipient leaks may go undetected. Worse, when the O-ring on the fuel-selector valve goes bad, it could allow air into the system, which means your engine could misbehave at a most inconvenient time. Often, this malady is difficult to diagnose and the assumption is that the fuel selector is OK when it is not.
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