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Squirrels chewed my connector on my gas line and FORD wants 160 bucks for a replacement. Bonnie and Clyde got shot for this. it is the plastic line that goes from the fuel filter back to the two tanks on my 91 F250 4x4. After market suppliers don't carry this....it is only a dealer item.

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A squirell chewed up one of the harness going to the fuel injectiors and they want $450.00 for the repair, hows that?

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Maybe a Salvage yard can help you. Try "Parts Locator. Com" for your part. Many will FedEx parts direct to you.

You may also try to splice with another compatible diameter line. Be sure to use the new fuel line that is approved for Alcohol fuels. You may want to contact Ford about the 1991 plastic line handling 10% gasahol anyway. It would be a good time to upgrade.

You would only need a fresh connector as I gather from your problem. Find a shorter Ford compatible end and you are in business.

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