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On a 1997 crown Victoria how do you disconnect the fuel lines that attach to the pump?


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2010-04-06 19:52:41
2010-04-06 19:52:41

ford fuel line disconnect tool. available at your local auto parts store.


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I guess that you mean the rear lines. If so, do both lines. Cost in material is less than $ 100.00 Labor takes about 1 1/2 hours.

The front you can see. The rear lines run under the car, drivers side up around the rocker panel and then go up and behind the fuel tank. To replace them, you do not have to follow the same path.

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The fuel lines disconnect at the tank and yes there is a tool required. You can get it at advanced or discount auto for a couple of bucks.

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