I can't tell from your photos but glass bowl is fuel from the tank into the pump and small chamber next to it is fuel out to the carb.
Ok I got the fuel line to the glass bowl pump and the other to the carb . now I need the other lines there's a t fiting for three lines in front ??
ok here are the last line the three lines I need to figure out the two lines on left are not hooked up and the right one is hooked up to the right of the motor on the bottom. you can see there are two free plugs one on bottom left and top right ?? need help
Those three lines are for the excess oil drain. the tee fitting mates the two lines from the manifold to the single line connected to the drain fitting at the base of the engine. There should be a one way valve in one of the two manifold hoses to prevent oil from backing up.
In the last photo you can see one manifold fitting peeking out from behind the starter motor and the second is under the fuel line.
You do not need to drain the oil overboard: It is possible to connect to a collection bottle OR you can get a different bypass cover and squirt the excess oil into the top cylinder where it will be burned. This drain system simply gives a better idle. It has no other function.
ok now im done I added lower unit gasket and upper unit gaskets new oil and every I think is hooked up good. I pumped up the gas and started it but not catching any spark now.
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