This duckbill thing... oftentimes a metal clip inside will be damaged. If it is extremely difficult to remove, you may need to mangle the clip somewhat to remove it and install a new clip. Note that a new clip typically costs about 50 cents or so, whereas reusing a damaged clip can cost a fire.
New fuel lines will seem hard to remove. Most new lines use either a hairpin or duckbill fitting. The duckbill requires a special tool that can be purchased at your auto parts store. There is a tool for the hairpin fitting but most can be removed with needle nosed pliers and/or a standard screwdriver. I usually suggest visiting a dealer repair shop and asking to be shown by a mechanic how the fittings work. A hairpin fitting is a plastic piece over the fuel line while the duckbill is a bell shaped aluminum end that fits over the fuel pump or fuel filter.
It really depends on where you mean and other factors such as where you live. Northern areas can be rough.
The clamps on the fuel lines can be cut off with a pliers.The clamps on the fuel lines can be cut off with a pliers.
There is no fuel cut off switch on a Zafira. Usually it is usually programmed into the ECU which usually shut the electric fuel pump off in the event it is needed.
Fuel injected ones are
Attached to the fuel lines that come off the fuel distributor. Follow the lines towards the head. Hope this helps.
There is no fuel shut off on the vehicle, but as long as the key is off no more fuel will be pumped out of the tank. If you are changing the fuel filter only what is in the lines will run out. If the fuel pump is a problem pull the fuse.
with the ignition switch OFF, break the fuel lines loose slowly. there may be some fuel leak out, but that is normal.
well if you can do this. you have to drop the fuel tank off of the car, and on top of the tank is the are some lines ,their is a nut turn that and the fuel pump is hooked the line's. PS. the fuel in front of the fuel tank under the car. If this is to hard to take it to a service center.
Pull the bed off then disconnect fuel lines and then take off fuel pump locking ring and it shud come rite out,
First turn your gas switch off, then pull your fuel lines from ports connected to tank. then simple pour the gas into a desired container, and reconnect fuel lines.
right below the alternator , follow the fuel lines off of the frame.
perhaps a dirty/old fuel pump, and/or dirty fuel injectors? fuel pressure? blocked fuel lines?
Take off the left rear wheel. At the back of the wheel well you'll see a bump-stop that keeps the suspension from hitting the frame on hard bumps. Up behind the bump-stop you'll see two hard metal tubes. Those are the fuel lines. Follow the lines forward and you'll see the fuel filter. It's way back there and hard to see. It's even harder to change, but it's doable.
First off you have to know what kind of pump it has...ie.. a rotary, where the fuel lines are in a circle out the back of it or an in-line where the fuel lines come out the top.
One is a vent line And the other goes to the purge canaster. i only have two lines coming off my fuel tank on an olds delta 88 1993 do both have fuel filters
you have to take the gas tank off it is in the fuel tank follow your fuel lines in to the tank unplug the fuel lines an the power connection to it there will be a lock ring around it take it off by turning it then take the pump up out of tank pull the pump off the fuel gage part of it put new one in put back together the same way you took it apart
mounted to the firewall just off center on the passenger side at manifold height. follow the fuel lines!
Take off the gas cap.
for me it wasnt that hard however, you have to be good at blowing well (hard but not too much) and able to read high notes (the ones off the lines, way off)
I just removed fuel lines from a fuel pump on a 1995 Lebaron and they had a plastic ring that I pushed into the fitting on the end of the fuel line and then pulled the fuel line off the pump stem. There is a page at Autozone's web site that I found helpful. It is http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c1528005e14c. Hope this is helpful.
You don't. The fuel system draws from both tanks concurrently. If you wanted it to draw from just one tank, you'd have to disconnect the fuel lines from the tank you didn't want to draw from and cap the lines off.
Righty tighty, lefty loosey. This still aplies to the metal lines at the fuel filter.
its under the bonnet, lift the engine cover off if its thereand its the round cilinder thing with fuel lines going into it
Undo lines remove two bolts and its off.
The Mercedes Sprinter fuel cut off switch is found under the hood just like in any other car. Look near the fuel lines, it will be close to that part of the car.
to depressurerize the system you would simply take off the gas cap.(fuel will still be in the lines and it will spill when the lines are disconected but it would not be under pressure)