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    GP1300R if the floatfitting on fuel pickup is lose

    Hello

    First things first im not sure about the name "floatfitting" but it was the best I could come up with A tip if the floatfitting on the fuel pickup is lose like it was on my Jetski. I found that the circlip was lose and didnt grip the floatfittings axeland you can put it back again but before you do it. Bend back the circlip to the orginally position and on the axel of the floatfitting take a small saw or dremel tool and make a track so the floatfittingaxel cant get loose from the cirlclip again. Now press it back were it suppose to sit. Look at the pictures.
    /Tobias
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