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How do you get the three hoses off of a 2000 SL2 fuel pump as there are no hose clamps and it is under pressure?

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2006-02-26 15:19:24
2006-02-26 15:19:24

These fuel lines will have speed connections that basically you grab, squeeze and push in than pull out. The connections are located on the driver's side of the fuel tank. and you can relieve the pressure by trying to start the car with the gas pedal absolutely to the floor. Crank it for a few seconds and it should be depressurized.

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