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My 1996 Mazda B2300 has developed a fuel leak which appears to be dripping from somewhere just to the rear of the cab and just to the left of the center line of the vehicle. Any one have any ideas on how to fix it? Your advice would be very much appreciated.
It has fuel injection instead of a carb, so the fuel line has about 35psi at all times. The inline fuel filter could be in the area you think is leaking.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need a special tool called a fuel line disconnect tool.You should be able to get one for your specific vehicle at an auto parts store.However that is not the correct or safest way to check for a bad fuel pump.Check out this link for more info.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
your motor is the same as the ranger you need the fuel line disconnect tool sold at all auto stores they are around twenty bucks they slip in the connecter and release the spring allowing you to remove line
Posted on Apr 23, 2012
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