Originally Posted by Creeper 13
I took the hose in with me to Autozone and they matched it up. It felt pretty snug as I slipped it on the fuel line. Hopefully it will just be a clamp that I need to tighten back up, but I was worried because I tightened it pretty well,. I guess I need to really screw it tight (maybe I was too worried about overtightening it in the first place).
A redneck tip for you, where you suspect your leak-coat the area with something chalky (flower works, or ...chalk) it will give you a better idea if it is a gravity drip coming from somewhere higher, or the leak is right where you chalked it up. Here is what you should look for, If you chalk up a good 2 inches of the hose where you suspect a leak, if it is a gravity drip coming from somewhere higher...the chalk will generally fade away on the underside. If you chalked it and the leak is coming from an area close by, you will notice far more less (sic) chalk than you applied.