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Hisun 400 UTV leak from side of transmission

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I have a Hisun 400 UTV that has developed a sneaky oil leak from the end of the black plastic thing protruding from the side of what I think is the transmission on the driver’s side. Looking for any guidance or advice as to what this thing is and whether it’s fixable.

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In the manual they call it a fuel seal (#5), but I dont have a part number or price. it doesnt look very expensive at least.

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