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Sebring I have a "Super Fuel MAX" for my 2005 year Sebring, bet I don't know where to install it on my Sebring, which one is the fuel pipe in engine room. Maybe You have a picture of fuel scheme? Thank's! Valdis

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Test results say they really don't work. but just find your fuel filter and attach to that line. or call fuel max company and if they are a good company they should have assistance.

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