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There are many reasons you may want to replace the fuel lines in your vehicle, including a worn rubber fuel line and shellac deposits in a metal line.Now,this is a video, How to Remove Fuel Lines ,hope,help.

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Important: There is no service interval for in-line fuel filter replacement. Only replace the in-line fuel filter if it is restricted. 1. Relieve the fuel system pressure. Refer to the 2. Raise the vehicle. 3. Remove the fuel feed quick-connect fitting (4) at the inlet of the in-line fuel filter (3). 4. Remove the threaded fitting at the outlet of the in-line fuel filter (3). 5. Drain any remaining fuel into an approved gasoline container. 6. Inspect the lines for cuts, swelling, cracks, and distortion. Replace the lines as required. 7. Inspect the O-ring on fuel filter outlet pipe for cracks or damage. Replace the O-ring as required. 8. Inspect the fuel vent pipe (2). 9. Inspect the fuel return pipe quick connect fitting (1).

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I have a 95 olds 88. i smelled fuel when i drove it so i checked the fuel filter and it was wet. i replaced that and then found there are (2) steel lines next to the fuel filter and one of them is leaking....


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