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Old 05-23-2013, 02:44 PM   #11
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I think this: F37Z-9J279-C

is the full part #
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Old 05-23-2013, 03:28 PM   #12
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Old 05-23-2013, 03:36 PM   #13
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F37Z-9J279-C
Yep, you are right...I cut and pasted your number and lots of vendors pop right up.
I pasted that number too, theres apparentely a

F37Z-9J279-A
F37Z-9J279-B
F37Z-9J279-C

I can't seem to find details on which one is which
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Old 05-23-2013, 03:38 PM   #14
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Wait I think the letters mean

A for brakes
B for all brakes
C for ??? according to tousleyfordparts it says B is superceded by C
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Old 05-23-2013, 04:13 PM   #15
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Wait I think the letters mean

A for brakes
B for all brakes
C for ??? according to tousleyfordparts it says B is superceded by C
You need both the forward and aft lines right? I would call tousley ford and make sure you get the right parts. B is superceded by C, but it has nothing to do with the brakes.
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Old 05-23-2013, 09:18 PM   #16
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You need both the forward and aft lines right? I would call tousley ford and make sure you get the right parts. B is superceded by C, but it has nothing to do with the brakes.
I think i'm going to try buy some nylon fuel lines and find the same measurement fuel line connector and try to heat up the tubing to fit onto the metal tubing

Do you think this is safe? Using a heat gun on the fuel line whilst still on the car that is
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I think i'm going to try buy some nylon fuel lines and find the same measurement fuel line connector and try to heat up the tubing to fit onto the metal tubing

Do you think this is safe? Using a heat gun on the fuel line whilst still on the car that is
I'm sure it is, but I'm not sure i'd trust it.
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I pasted that number too, theres apparentely a

F37Z-9J279-A
F37Z-9J279-B
F37Z-9J279-C

I can't seem to find details on which one is which
I'm 90% sure the letter is the revision. Therefore you want to go with the newest, C.
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Hit an Orileys.. they sell a kit specifically made for splicing into the fuel line that replaces the connector. Sure other autoparts stores do as well.
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I bought a kit! but im having trouble taking the plastic hose off from the metal tubing, I have the urge to use a heat gun on it but then again my brain is telling me my face is gunna be blown away....

I might just play it safe and look up how to disconnect the fuel line from the fuel rail in the bonnet and remove the hose while it is off the car but I have a big feeling it will be a PITA
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