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Trying to change out the fuel line going to the fuel filter. auto store claims they gave me the correct one. was not the right stuff. any suggestions??

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Try a different store and see if they look up the same one. Quite often their computer gives them the wrong number, and they give you the wrong part. Nobody to blame but the guy who enters the numbers.

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