A strange, amber colored gel has shown up at the hose joins (near hose clamps) of our new outboard fuel
line. The fuel tank
has ethanol free gas in it, purchased from a good marina only a month ago, and StarTron fuel
stabilizer/cleaner added to it.
The fuel tank
is in the sun sometimes (since it's not a good idea to store gasoline indoors), and the amber goo shows up after about 4-5 days. The new fuel line is this NBR fuel hose: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
What is this, and should I be concerned? Our outboard
seems to be starting and running ok, but we've had issues in the past (which are still unresolved / a mystery) so I don't want to have fuel problems from this as well.