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Hi all, I decided to get a newer older bike, only as far back as 2004. when I filled her up with fuel I did not get that click but stopped filling before the fuel overflower. However there was a fast release of fuel which came out from somewhere between the place where you enter the fuel and the top of the black box (presume fuel tank). We drained about half a litre and the leak stopped. I wanted to see if the pipe from the entry to the tank has any corrosion or splits but cannot work out how to remove the panels. Do any of you know how to access this pipe as I am worried it was not a simple overflow. Thanks in anticipation.[/quote]
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Answered in your duplicate but later post. Locking.
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