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Old 06-25-2009, 06:06 PM
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Default 1996 F3 is leaking fuel

From I THINK the fuel pump.

I cleaned the pump dry, let the bike run, and 1 minute later there was a drop forming under the pump. I think its leaking from the seam.

Can someone recommend me a replacement? Does it HAVE to be a F3 replacement, or will a fuel pump from any bike work?

Thanks for any tips.
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Ron Ayers or Service Honda have good prices on OEM. Can't say about aftermarket fuel pumps. Keep in mind that this fuel pump is a low pressure pump, not a high pressure one like you would find on a fuel injected bike. One of those pumps would flood your carburetors because the float valve wouldn't be able to stop the flow of fuel.

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Buy yourself some better clamps,i bet that stops the leak!check your clamps!
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I needed to replace mine a couple years back - couldn't be much easier. It was a large leak though. After a couple min there was a large puddle of fuel under the bike. The pump was $65cnd if I recall. The clamps are pretty weak though, I'd replace them with screw style ones
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I needed to replace mine a couple years back - couldn't be much easier. It was a large leak though. After a couple min there was a large puddle of fuel under the bike. The pump was $65cnd if I recall. The clamps are pretty weak though, I'd replace them with screw style ones
Hey..where in Canada did you get it?

Also...what clamps are you referring to? I don't see any clamps on the pump. Its just crimped together. I'm not sure what term to use to describe it.

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I got mine at GW Cycle in Calgary, a local Honda dealer. If I recall right, they use spring style clamps, kinda look like crimped, but you can use a pair of needle nose pliers to remove them.
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I have a 96 F3 fuel pump if you need it. Works perfect. $60 shipped.

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Old 06-29-2009, 10:34 AM
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Thanks dudes.
I ended up getting one from the dealer for $150 + tax (CDN).

I hope this one lasts a little more than 25k.
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