Picking up where I left off. The next few days I drove my Tundra because I needed it and had to travel farther than I normally do for work. I felt that I needed to take more time to checkout Fury before considering her reliable. January 27th I again drove Fury to work. We had warmer temperatures in the afternoon. As I got in to drive to a job site that is about 15 minutes away, I noticed the smell of gasoline. I then drove to the site, I was expected there and was to relieve another operator, so he could leave for an out of town gig. I smelled gasoline again as I was driving. I got to the site, pulled up to park, and looked down under the front of the car from the driver‘s seat. I saw gasoline pouring down in a stream near the firewall! I immediately shut the engine off and lifted the hood carefully. I saw the fuel coming out of a line next to the one that I had connected the return line to. Apparently, I had clamped it to the wrong one! I realized it was being pushed out of the tank by pressure due to the warmer weather heating up the fuel. I popped the fuel door and slowly unscrewed the cap to relieve the pressure. It stopped flowing out right away. Then I got a pair of pliers and switched the return hose to that hard line near the firewall. I had noticed my fuel gauge dropping faster than I thought it should have that morning. That solved the problem. Thankfully, I figured it out before something really bad happened. I had marked and labeled every hose and wire that was not obvious to me. But the masking tape that I had put on that line near the firewall had come off somewhere along the way. I read my description on the tape label that was on the fuel return hose, but it was unclear which of two lines it was intended to go on. I guessed wrong in the excitement of the first startup in months when fuel was dumping out of the return hose in the shop days before. I was now hoping that I had worked out all the bugs and I could return get some much needed and desired drive time in! The next post will finish this story and bring us up to current. Till then, drive on!