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Fuel Tube Grommet 17504-ZM3-003

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Part Number: 17504-ZM3-003


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This is an OEM Honda part manufactured for use with small engines. This rubber grommet is used to provide a seal to allow fuel lines to pass into and out of the fuel tank without leaking. Overtime fuel can deteriorate the grommet, so replacing it can ensure a good seal. The grommet is sold individually, please see model diagram for additional parts.

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  • Weight: 0.01 lbs.
  • Shipping: Ships Worldwide

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This Fuel Tube Grommet will fit the following 119 machines. Confirm this part works with your model, and view the detailed model diagrams and repair help we have to offer.

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  • Tiller is running like a champ
    Got all the right parts, quick delivery and all is good now.
    Guest - May 18, 2021 Verified Purchase
    Engine replacement grommet
    The replacement parts I ordered worked perfectly for me. I am very happy with ereplacementparts products.
    Guest - July 18, 2020 Verified Purchase
    was a honda part and not aftermarket
    well packaged and fit without any problems
    Guest - April 22, 2020 Verified Purchase
    Difficult , ended up not using it
    It didn't have the plastic feed through tubes installed, I try ed to remove the old ones from the old grommet and they wouldn't come out. I was worried I would break them. I tried a little heat and lubricant didn't bulge.
    Guest - June 27, 2019 Verified Purchase

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    Easy 30-60 minutes (11 rated repairs)?

    Carb on small tiller was clogged and had been setting up for three years

    Dennis - March 17, 2023
    Removed old parts, cleaned carb and installed new parts.
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    Damage fuel system from alcohol in the fuel

    Jim - October 4, 2020
    Replaced damaged parts
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    Carburetor was clogged

    John - April 27, 2020
    Tool Type

    Engine

    Difficulty

    Medium

    Time

    30-60 minutes

    Tools Used

    Socket set, Nutdriver

    1. Removed old carburetor and gasket
    2. Rremoved and replaced fuel lines
    3. Installed new gasket and carburetor.
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    Sitting for more than eight years, all hoses were cracked and fuel tank had bad gas in it. Would not start.

    Mike - April 22, 2020
    1. Removed air cleaner assembly.
    2. Removed throttle cable from carb.
    3, Removed rope pull start and fuel tank.
    4. Removed fuel lines from tank, making sure to mark where they go.
    5. Removed fuel tank grommet and filter and replaced with new ones.
    6. Removed carb and replaced with new one.
    7. Install fuel tank, rope start, hook up fuel lines, attach throttle cable and air filter assy, fill with fuel, prime carb and start engine, done.
    (Fuel tank grommet very hard to get out, you will need strong hands. When re-installing fuel tank grommet make sure both plastic through tubes are in the grommet and use a little dielectric grease on the grommet to insert it back into the tank. Very hard to insert it so be careful.)
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    Hard to start and unstable RPMs

    Robert - April 15, 2020
    Tool Type

    Engine

    Difficulty

    Medium

    Time

    1-2 hours

    Tools Used

    Socket set, impact driver

    1. put mower up on sawhorses to avoid bending over so much
    2. removed air filter, starter assembly and fuel tank. Took pictures from several views
    3.removed controls assembly and carburetor
    4. made two dowels of steel rod to assist in reassembly. Would have preferred two 6mm threaded
    rods which i did not have. Placed rods in head mounting holes
    5. replaced various parts and control assembly on guide rods. Removed steel rods and
    replaced long mounting bolts Checked pictures for correct reassembly
    6. replaced fuel lines, fuel tank, starter assembly
    7. took down from sawhorses and filled fuel tank.
    8. started up and ran just fine with two pulls at full choke. Idled well also. No carb adjustment.

    Your parts list did not include carburetor -- probably referred to my previous repair of Honda tiller. My description above was for Honda lawnmower!!😎
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    Restoring with oem parts once I knew it would run.

    Kerry - March 5, 2020
    Removed air cleaner and choke plate. Replaced carb bolt and new air cleaner. Replaced fueltank grommet, fuel filter, o- rink and fuel hose.
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    The fuel filter tube was rotted and the filter was clogged

    Dennis - June 13, 2019
    The repair was simple enough. One problem solved and another created.
    The machine runs well for a time and then stalls out because the fuel supply dries up. I then have to re-prime the carburetor with the bulb.
    Starting the machine when it's cold sometimes requires that I pull the plug and inject some fuel into the chamber. Then it will start and run.

    Not enough vacuum on the intake stroke? Clogged line or filter? Clogged Jet or damaged diaphragm? Don't know. Thought I replaced everything that needed replacing.
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    Leaking fuel

    Bruce - June 19, 2018
    Tool Type

    Engine

    Difficulty

    Easy

    Time

    15-30 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver, Pliers

    Removed outside fuel lines from grommet. Removed grommet. Removed pickup fuel line. Removed fuel tubes from old grommet, installed into new one. Attached pickup fuel line, installed grommet into fuel tank. Reattached outside fuel lines.
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    Fuel tank cracked, fuel filter corroded, fuel lines brittle.

    Joe - January 15, 2018
    1. Removed the fuel tank.
    2. Removed and cleaned the carburetor.
    3. Drained the oil.
    4. Installed 2 fittings in the grommet.
    5. Hook up fuel line with the fuel filter.
    6. Attached the grommet with fittings into the fuel tank.
    7. Attached the fuel tank into the body.
    8. Attached the fuel lines from the carburetor into the fuel tank.
    9. Secure the carburetor into place with bolts.
    10. Attached clutch line into the carburetor.
    11. Fill the oil tank with oil.
    12. Remove the tines to pump grease into transmission body.
    13. Reinsert the tines.
    14. Check and clean the spark plug.
    15. Fill the tank with gas.
    Choke the engine... start the engine....Broooom!!!! 1 Pull and it started immediately.....after warming up the engine, my old Honda FG1001A sounded like a brand new machine with power when revved up.
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    Fuel leaking from tank and drawing air

    Ron - September 13, 2017
    Tool Type

    Engine

    Difficulty

    Easy

    Time

    15-30 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver, Pliers, Needle nose pliers

    Simply removed old fuel lines and grommet replaced with new parts and it runs perfect and does not leak.
    One note that is important is to insert fuel lines into grommet first then you can cut lines to length after putting grommet back into your tank.
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