It's been a while, but doesn't the fuel line go through the main tunnel? If so, that's a problem. You may need to run a replacment steel fuel line INSIDE the vehicle, along the floor and out through the back. Be careful that you don't run it anywhere that it might rub against a sharp or moving object, then use some kind of bedding material that will keep it from moving around and rubbing against the body.
There was no 1969 "super beetle" only the standard. And which line are you replacing the hard line or the flex line?
If I had to replace a fuel line I would get a replacement out of a car in a wrecking yard and install that.
Most likely the clamp on the fuel line has worn through the line - check the fittings and perhaps replace fuel line
No you do not.
bleed the fuelline of the fuel left in the line.remove the fuel line by unscrewing the couplings.replace the line and screw the couplings back.bleed the fuelline of as much air as possible.try to start your engine until it starts
Follow the fuel line from the top of the engine back to the firewall. The fuel line will go to the top of the fuel filter on the firewall.
VERY CAREFULLY - If you break the quick disconnects on the fuel lines it will cost you a fortune!!! 500.00 + because they have to string NEW FUEL LINES. - I have replaced the fuel filter a couple of times - I have a 2000 beetle with a 1.8 Turbo. The fuel lines are pressurized so you will need to relieve the pressure before you try and remove the filter or you will get a face full of gas. The filter comes off by pushing the fuel line toward the filter and then pushing the quick release button on the fuel line. The fuel line should then decouple - the filter lives under the car near the right rear tire (just in front) Good luck and be careful
If I remember correctly it may be the fuel filter. but if it is the line it is easy to replace .
it is in the fuel tank on mine not in the fuel line outside the tank
Dirty or clogged carburetor. Or air leak in fuel line at fittings and connections. Either way a lack of fuel to the cylinders. Weak fuel pump. Clean or rebuild your carbs. Check or replace fuel line. Replace fuel pump.
Replace it with an oem replacement line.
Cut out bad section of fuel line and replace with flexible fuel line and hose clamps
Located on the passenger side, under the vehicle, in front of the rear tire. It is held on by a large hose clamp. Disconnect the plastic fuel lines by depressing a small rectanular tab on the fitting next to the filter. Watch for fuel spray when disconnecting the line.
To replace an inline fuel filter you will need to purchase a fuel line release tool available at most auto parts stores. It looks like a cone shaped sleeve with a split down one side. Choose the appropriate size for your fuel line, slide it over the fuel line, press cone shaped side into the connector towards the fuel filter while gently pulling the fuel line away from the filter. You may want to have a drain pan nearby to catch the excess fuel that will spill out when you release the fuel line from the filter
If carb. should be located in the fuel inlet line of the carb
you need fuel line quick disconnets
The fuel lines on your 1987 Ford Crown Victoria are held in place with a swivel nut on each end of the fuel line. Loosen the swivel nut to remove the fuel line. Reverse the process to install the new fuel line.
Your local auto parts store can help you with parts necessary to build/replace the fuel line. Original fuel line assembly from the dealer is no longer available.
Not exactly sure what you mean by the "line is bad," or how that would have affected the pump but - if it is necessary to replace the line all the way from the pump up to the fuel rail then this would be the time to do it.
Look under the vehicle - follow the fuel line from tank - remove clamps and mounting to replace
If the fuel line is the metal line and bent then it needs to be replaced with an exact replacement to fit properly. If its the rubber line then the line can be bought by the foot at a local auto parts.
Replace the fuel filter, and check for a crimp in the line somewhere. Also look at the fuel pressure regulator.
If the fuel line is clogged, the fuel filter is usually the location where it happens. Fuel filters are relatively cheap and easy to replace but the location of them is model specific.