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How do i replace the inline fuel hoses on a xj6 1994 3.2

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Undo the clips remove the old ones then go to spares shop and buy the same diameter pipe,then refit whaich is the reverse order to dismantaling.

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get the new line.
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I have no power to my external fuel pump. Plus I have a 067 code on my OBD Diagnostic reader. ''NDS or P/NP Sw Crkt'' Where should look?

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