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How do you disconnect the quick connect fuel line(pressure line) from the fuel rail,under the hood. 2000 plymouth voyager 3.0 engine.

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There should be a quick connect adapter that you can buy from canadian tire for around $5. it slides on the fuel line & up into the fitting.

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    • 2 Disconnect the fuel line from the front of the tank. Remove the ground strap, the inboard side fuel tank straps and the front T-strap fastener, then lower the tank approximately six inches.
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