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Old 03-01-2007, 04:22 PM
TMAllison TMAllison is offline
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Most folks dont have to remove the intake to R & R the fuel lines, but, some have.

I think it has a lot to do with the size of your hands and flexibility.

I can do all of them in about 15 or 20 minutes.

The last time I did them i did bark a knuckle doing that thermostat line. I used the handle of a screw driver to help click,click the line back in place as it is a little tight in there to get leverage.

Pull your windsheild washer bottle to gain acess to get to the rest of them when you're ready to tackle the rest of the job.

Remember to push the white clip closed until you've made a game of horseshoes "ringer". The lines are still held tightly in place by the oring and it still takes a pretty good tug to pull it up and off.
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