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Fuel Lines on 1986 VW Jetta where to buy the fittings ?

Where can I buy the fuel lines that comes out of the fuel pump and the one that goes in to the fuel filter on a 1986 VW Jetta or is it possible to replace them with rubber ?

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Usually a dealer item, or junkyard. I've seen some on e-Bay. Also check europartsdirect.com. Do not replace them with hoses and clamps, due to a chance of a leak and fire. The fuel pressure is rather high.

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