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I have a 1997 F-250 with the 460, and dual fuel tanks. I had to remove the rear fuel tank due to a leak. Coming out of the tank are a blue and yellow high pressure line. The blue line has back pressure when you kick the ignition on. Where can I cap that line off, I do not plan on replacing that tank. Any advice to do it correctly.

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I would recommend a good salvage yard to find another tank to replace it you can try:
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because if you want to sell the truck later down the road it would sell quicker knowing the second tank is there and working

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