I guess it was a mouse. We got in the truck (2008 Ridgeline) this morning and there was a strong odor of gasoline, so we switched vehicles to run errands. Later I popped the hood and spotted wet gas where the fuel line connects to a plastic elbow. The elbow has chew marks and a hole in it.
The elbow is in a white plastic device and I don't see how to remove either the elbow or the white part.
Which part(s) do I need to replace, and how do I do it? I obviously can't drive anywhere for help so I have to fix it myself and I'm counting on you guys for help.
I've found the part in a diagram. Now it's clear that I need to remove the quick connector, then remove and replace the elbow. Here is a better pic of my fuel hose and elbow which is connected to the metal fuel line by a quick connector. The second diagram shows how to remove the connector by squeezing together two tabs. I don't see any tabs in my picture or on the first diagram. Any advice?http://www.ridgelineownersclub.com/...com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=273994