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Yamaha Big Bear fuel hoses

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I've got a fuel leak on my buddy's Yamaha Big Bear (it's probably an '02-04). As we were cranking it, there was fuel coming out of three hoses. One hose comes from the top of the carburetor I think. It hits a T-connector and then there is a vent hose going in one direction and another hose that was dangling down by the drive shaft behind the motor.

There is another hose that is connected to the bottom of carburetor that was dangling and spilling gas as well. It had a plastic fitting with a clear tube attached to the end. This was also dangling around.

I assume that the first two hoses from the T-connector are maybe supposed to hang as they do. The third hose from the bottom of the carb appears as if it should be connected to something but I can't figure out where.

Any ideas on how these connect or how the general flow of fuel should go?

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Skunked, did some looking on the interweb and got her figured out. Now we just have to get a time where we are both up there at the same time and we'll get it running again...

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