This is only when the lines are disconnected btw. Neither leak when hooked up. My return line did start leaking when the oring in there gave but I globed fuel sealant around a piece of hose to seal itBoth mine would stop after a few seconds but after replacing the pump the send side will constant leak now. Put the old pump back in and same issue. It doesn’t seal anymore. My return side did and does stop leaking still. I’ve been inside the pump plenty times and can’t find the solution. Replaced all orings. Same deal. I know the return side has what looks like a schrader valve on the pump housing. I’d check that
Its normal for me too! You have to drain the tank & remove & disassemble the fuel module to test the pump for pressure & flow. But you can just pop off the quick connector fuel supply hose , leaving the reg recirculation hose still connected up, & with ya finger over the open supply exit hose end, & with it pionted to a bucket or something, & turn on the key & this should kick in the fuel pump where it should piss in the bucket? & if it dont? You have either a strainer, or filter, or pump problem? That will need the fuel module removed & disassembled for inspection of those 3 above parts.Pulled the two fuel lines from under my gas tank in order to test fuel pump and both ports are steadily leaking fuel as soon as I pull the lines, and continues as long as fuel is in the tank. Is that normal?
I see you epoxyed around the module return connector pipe section, & i dont want to sound like a smart ass, but if it was leaking because there was a split or crack on the module's bottom plate? & it's currently working? Well on ya mate! But if it was leaking around that recirculation port pipe? It would of been the seal O ring that is found & replaced by unclipping the port plastic join with a O ring pick, where that whole pipe section drops out exposing the sealing O ring, where you just take it to your local auto shop where they match it, & you buy a new on for $0.70c. Also this O ring repair can be found on utube, where you can get a good understanding of the recirulation port pipe removal & Oring swap out, as your R6 model year, fuel module, are not available in seperate parts, where if you need just 1 part? Too bad! As ya got'a buy the whole complete fuel module which is big $$$.This is only when the lines are disconnected btw. Neither leak when hooked up. My return line did start leaking when the oring in there gave but I globed fuel sealant around a piece of hose to seal it View attachment 379737
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