Question about 1998 Ford Expedition
Not sure why you would want to unless it's leaking, but if you must, disconnect both lines and fashion a hose to connect them. DO NOT USE FUEL HOSE! There is a special type hose made for oil cooler lines. Not much pressure involved here, so if you can get a hose that fits over end of lines, use clamp and secure it all out of harms way = done.
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