Ok you can laugh if you want, but in my 20+ years of driving I have never had to change one. So my question is, do I somehow need to depressurize the fuel line before removal? I don't feel like getting a face full of gas. This is also my first vehicle that has a carb. Well besides motorcycles but they are really easy to work on. If someone could tell me yes or no and how to if it is needed, I would be quite grateful.
You should be fine to just pull it. Some gas will spill out while removing it but it shouldn't explode out by any means, after its changed it might take a few tries to crank over since it has to replace all the air in the system with gas. Just keep cranking!
1979 CJ-5. 100% Stock!
1997 Ram 3500 DD
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