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I have busted a fuel line on my f 150 when i tried to put the transmission in. the transmission got hung up on the fuel line how do i change that

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  1. Best Real Fix Is to Order from ford the entire Fuel line and replace it as a Whole as fuel lines are Not to be "RIGED" They can cause Tragic fires.
  2. They are Realy Simple to replace if you are Mechanicly Inclined If NOT Spend the Extra $$ to Have A Pro Do it Right

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