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Where can you find fuel line diagrams for an 89 Bronco II?

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2008-04-10 05:35:15
2008-04-10 05:35:15

Your best bet would be to get a chilton or haynes manual for your Bll. They are less than $20 at a part store. They cover just about everything about your vehicle.

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If you follow the fuel line from the fuel tank to the engine, you will find the fuel filter.

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In a chiltons auto repair manual. You can get at your local library

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at your local automotive parts distributer

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