First off, I am new to the forums and did a search and was unable to find a solution to my problem. Does anyone know where the fuel line goes after the check valve coming out of the carburetor? After riding my ATV for about 30 minutes the other day I could smell fuel when I stopped. (I store my ATV indoors so this problem developed as I was riding otherwise I would have smelled the fuel before I went for a ride.) I turned the ATV off and began investigating where the fuel was coming from. I identified the source just under the carburetor at the check valve, so I turned the fuel supply off at the main valve. The slow drip stopped after a few minutes. I can only see a fuel line between the check valve and the carburetor. There was nothing on the other end of the check valve and the plastic stem on the check valve appears to have melted a little from contact with the engine. I consulted the parts manual and found the parts I need. The schematic shows fuel line on both sides of the check valve, however I am not able to determine where it goes after the check valve. The odd thing is that in the manual the check valve is not listed under the section on the carburetor, but under the Engine Mounting section. I ordered a replacement check valve along with fuel line (25' is the minimum about the dealer sold) I have the parts, ready to install and go for a ride, but need help locating where the fuel line goes. Any help, guidance or suggestions will be welcomed and appreciated. Thanks in advance.