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Re: can not remove the fuel filter on my 1994 ford bronco
Hi, Fuel filters and some other hose connections on vehicles today use a clip mechanism that is easily released with a small plastic tool. These tools are available in most auto parts stores. They come in a set to accommodate different size hoses. and metal barbs. Simply put the longer end of the tool toward the fitting and press to release. Good Luck!
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I use a plastic tool to release the fuel line. I have ground it down to fit between the line and the filter. You can buy the disconnect set from any NAPA parts store in the plastic version. I'm guessing you have the metal tool
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Minimum compression is 100 psi @ 200
rpm. The lowest cylinder reading should not be less than 80% of the
highest reading. Perform the compression test with engine at normal
operating temperature, spark plugs removed and throttle wide open.
Normally I look for about 170 psi to 180 psi.