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Old 05-24-2013, 03:16 PM   #21
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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.
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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Old 05-24-2013, 03:33 PM   #22
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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
You'll need to remove the tire and inner fender at the very least. Why can you just cut the line with a razor blade?
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Old 05-24-2013, 11:02 PM   #23
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You'll need to remove the tire and inner fender at the very least. Why can you just cut the line with a razor blade?
HOLY MOTHER CRAP YOU SIR ARE A GENIUS

Ill just cut the old tube with a razor blade to get it off and then with the new tube not installed on the fuel line pipe yet ill heat it up with a heat gun and put it on the metal fuel line pipe and done deal!!! Just saved me a days work man of you were in Texas I'd treat you to some good a** food lmao
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