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Fuel Line Connector for Johnson & Evinrude Applications, 3/8" Barb, Female Exclusive

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Fuel Line Connector for Johnson & Evinrude Applications, 3/8" Barb, Female

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Model # 13854559 | Mfg # 88WM139-6
Female fuel line tank or engine connector with 3/8" barb, resin.

Fuel Line Connector for Johnson & Evinrude Applications, 3/8" Barb, Female

Compatibility 8889LP6
Type Fuel Tank Connectors

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West Marine Fuel Line Connector for Johnson & Evinrude Applications, 3/8" Barb, Female
 
3.5

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3.0

Agree with the previous reviewer

By Bill Sykes

from Washington, NC

Verified Reviewer

Comments about West Marine Fuel Line Connector for Johnson & Evinrude Applications, 3/8" Barb, Female:

The seal on the bearing bill will eventually fail, draw air, and fuel will no longer flow to the engine, so stock a spare on board, and accept that you will need to keep replacing this product. Unfortunately the competing product malfunctions almost immediately.
Helpful hint: When it fails and you do not have a spare onboard, I found that you can simply remove the fuel connector and stick the hose directly into the fuel tank so that you can get back to a dock!

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4.0

A simple fix

By Bear_65_Magic

from Sausalito, CA

Verified Buyer

Comments about West Marine Fuel Line Connector for Johnson & Evinrude Applications, 3/8" Barb, Female:

Over time, and with today's gasoline blends (thank you State of California), the rubber seal around the ball at the exit of this connector fails to seal. When priming the fuel line the you can hear the air exiting and then observe the gas squiting out. The leaky seal will also draw air, not fuel, when in operation and kill the motor. Time for new connector. Make the swap - fix the problem.

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