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1990 4runner fuel line problem

I have an extrememly corroded fuel line. Where can I buy another? is there a flexible fuel line that I can run directly and by pass the old line? Can I use rubber or will it not hold to the test of time?

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  • Ian Martin Jan 21, 2009

    Thanks for the help I was able to locate a dealer that had the lines in stock so I will go that route. It was way to far gone to try and save any piece of it.

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You do NOT want to use rubber hose. Too much can go wrong with running rubber. Flexible/steel braided hose could work, but the fittings on the filter and at the tank will not mate up. Your best bet is to cut out the bad part, flare and install couplings, and just piece in a new line.

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  • Toyota Ed Jan 22, 2009

    That is actually the best route to go. There is nothing better than factory. Just be real careful when you remove the line from the tank. If the lines are badly rusted, you will expect to find the same rust at the tubes that come oput of the tank. If those lines are rusted badly too, replace the tank tube assembly, also.



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