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little green turn nob on the fuel line, how tight

This is a discussion on little green turn nob on the fuel line, how tight within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; i bumped mine when i was doing wires and plugs the other day. it says its an evap. port 1 ...

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    little green turn nob on the fuel line, how tight

    i bumped mine when i was doing wires and plugs the other day. it says its an evap. port 1 psi maximum, tigthen hand tight, ? is how tight is hand tight, barely tight w/ two fingers, or really tight with two fingers. lol, i know it sounds dumb but i dont wanna mess with fuel lines.

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    I would think snug would work. Just don't put the death grip on it.

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    It's just a cover to keep the dirt out, tighten it like you would a tire valve stem.

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    ok thanks guys

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