Gasoline is extremely flammable and repairing fuel system components can be dangerous. Consider your automotive repair knowledge and experience before attempting repairs which may be better suited for a professional mechanic.
Don't smoke or allow open flames or bare light bulbs near the work area
Don't work in a garage with a gas-type appliance (water heater, clothes dryer)
Use fuel-resistant gloves. If any fuel spills on your skin, wash it off immediately with soap and water
Clean up spills immediately
Do not store fuel-soaked rags where they could ignite
Prior to disconnecting any fuel line, you must relieve the fuel pressure as described in this section
Wear safety glasses
Have a proper fire extinguisher on hand
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