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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are many online wiring diagram solutions, but the cheapest way to find your diagram is to purchase a haynes or chilton manual from the local auto parts store. Both have excellent wiring, fuel lines, brakelines, etc diagrams. I prefer the Haynes manual myself.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
Your fuel filter housing is equipped with a faulty drain valve. This valve is there to drain the filter housing of sediments that may have collected around the filter. Since these valves are made of plastic with rubber seals, they will deteriorate over time. The line you mentioned is the tube that diverts drained fuel, from the filter housing. Typically when opened (swung away from housing), this valve sends fuel through the tube to the ground beneath. Although not very environmentally friendly, it keeps fuel from pouring all over hot engine surfaces.(obvious benefits there) These are known to go bad for the reasons stated, and can be readily purchased from you local Ford dealer. I hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
SOURCE: fuel pump fuel lines
Its kind of a crime that these companys can get away with not making all fuel lines out of stanless steal but they do .So they rust out from the road salt. You don't say what you have but it sounds like an in tank pump. I find the easest way is to replace the metal lines with rubber lines . The pump it self should 3 lines comeing off it. The biggest is 3/8s and thats the main supply then a 5/16 as the fuel return line . It needs this because all of the fuel that is pumped to the injectors is not burned so it returns to the tank. The third line 1/4 or 5/16 is for the EVAP and any kind of rollover shut off system. Your best bet is go to napa tell them your problem and they will have if not everything most of what you need to switch to flexable line that will never rust again and lots of speical fittings and connecters. You can fix it for about 100 dollars in parts but you have to figure out exactly what you will need but if you go to a dealer it would be 2 to 4 thousand on most vehicles .These things are easy to get at GOOD LUCK WITH IT
Posted on Mar 05, 2012
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