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Fuel leaking near rear wheels.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: leaking brake line
I end to fix it on my way i bough universal brake steel tube and one connector and i disconnect from the rubber flex pipe and cut flash the old pipe one foot from front before fuel tank where old pipe still in good shape i put connector between old pipe and new pipe on back end i put regular universal tube fitting.
works good .
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
Is the line plastic or steel? They make repair kits for plastic lines, if you can find them. They are hard to find. If it is a steel line, you can go to the parts store and buy a pressure fitting. Cut the line and put the pressure fitting on. If it is the end of the lines, where they hook together or hook to fuel filter, it could be bad O-rings. Need more info.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
It sounds like a fuel line broke, most likely because it rusted through. The fuel pump is running otherwise you wouldnt see any fuel spewing out from under the car. Get under the car and see where the line broke. In most cases, you can replace the broken section of line and it will be fine.
To answer your question though, to replace the fuel pump, you will need to remove the fuel tank from the car, as the pump is attached to the sending unit inside the tank. To remove the tank, you will need to disconnect the fuel filler neck, the fuel lines, and unplug the electrical connector, then get a jack under the tank and remove the straps holding the tank in the car. Lower the jack and you will be able to access the top of the tank where the sending unit is located. Romove the lock ring holding it in, and remove it from the tank.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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The only way I know of to get the diagram you are looking for is to acquire a "build book". Even dealer service manuals don't have this diagram. I got one from faxonautoliterature for $49 plus shipping. A better bet would be to find a spot on either end of the leak where you can work on it easily and work from there. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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