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My 1987 K100 LT Fuel hoses.

I need to relace the left hand fuel hose (as you face them from near side). The right hand hose is simple but cant see where the left one goes. All fairings are off.

Which is flow and which is return?

How do I replace the left one.

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Charlie

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It isn't the most straightforward without diagams. The system is under pressure as it is EFI, so firstly you need to depressurise it. This involves removing the battery before doing anything else. In order to replace the pipe, you need to remove the whole tank, this procedure takes up 2 and a half pages of the Clymer manual - I would recomend you either purchase the manual or get it into a BMW service centre.

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