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New member here, first post. I found the forum searching for my problem, but didn't exactly find the issue I'm having. I have two '86 Honda 350 4x4's that are in great shape. I just rebuilt the carburetor on one of them and it runs great. Problem is that now when it is running, gas is coming out of the vent line from the lower back side of the fuel pump, and squirting out where it ends up in the headlight. The line has a tee in it and it also extends back to the rear brake drum. A side question is, why does the brake drum need a vent? I can pull the line off at the brake drum and the gas then runs out there instead of squirting out in the headlight. I wonder why the gas isn't running out in the brake drum with the line connected? Clogged maybe? Could anything with the carburetor rebuild have anything to do with this problem? Seems like a fuel pump issue and I really don't see how it could be caused by the carburetor rebuild, but it is a strange coincidence if it has nothing to do with the carburetor. Any help would be greatly appreciated.