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2000 Daewoo Lanos. I can only disconnect the quick connect side of fuel filter. The other side is a solid metal mushroom head looking connection, and I cant get it apart?

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There is a special tool for removing those type of connector. Your local parts store should have them. They are a C-shaped plastic thingy with a flange on one end. You push the flange into the connector from the filter side toward the line. It sometimes helps to "wiggle" the line while pushing the tool in.

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