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    Default 753 fuel line dropped

    On the 753 fuel line I think it dropped in the tank ,now I can feel the return line but cant seem to find the pickup line (are they side by side) You have to feel for them right because you cant see them , is this right?

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    Default Re: 753 fuel line dropped

    get ready for a fun job of removing the engine, pumps, and then the fuel tank. when the sucker falls off, this is what happens. BTDT, many times as a bobcat mechanic at a bobcat dealership....
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    Default Re: 753 fuel line dropped

    Quote Originally Posted by some zilch View Post
    get ready for a fun job of removing the engine, pumps, and then the fuel tank. when the sucker falls off, this is what happens.
    I have heard about needing to remove the engine when that happens....
    I was recently looking at a beat up 753 for sale.....

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    Default Re: 753 fuel line dropped

    Got it fixed!!! WHAT ever you do if you have this problem DO NOT remove the engine you really do not have to remove ANYTHING to get to this plug once I found the elbow it took all of 15 minutes to fix it. It is in plain sight if you know where to look.

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    Default Re: 753 fuel line dropped

    Exactly, use "search" for plenty of stories on "creativity" but no need to drop... Once lifted the cab, I laid a piece of plywood across to support my torso, while my legs we sticking out front.

    Changed the fuel lines & bulb while I was at it.

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    Default Re: 753 fuel line dropped

    glad to hear you got the problem fixed had the same thing happen,just retired my old girl to the back yard after 7500 hrs it just got such a chore fixing things,nothing was ever to get at bought a cat 247b best thing I ever did.

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    Default Re: 753 fuel line dropped

    Bobcat 7532010,

    Where do I look for the elbo? I rotated the cab up and all I see if plumbing, fuel tank fill tube and fire wall.

    Please reply.

    clarson

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