super easy...two lines and done. The FUEL line coming from behind the drivers side strut tower is your fuel FEED line. Ther is another line right under it but its not a fuel line its a evap line. The FUEL line going from the engine to the filter is the RETURN line. Hook those up accordingly and add the vacuum line...and you're ready to go.
first off pinch the fuel return line.if rpm rises a little ..u need a fuel pressure regulator.it is located on the passenger side fuel injector rail at the end it has a vacum line and a fuel line attached to it...hope this helps
need to no the fuel delivery line on 89 chevy truck fuel pump
there is no fuel return line on any sienna. the pressure is regulated at the pump and any excess fuel is dumped into the tank directly.
No, Only the supply line has to be submerged in fuel.
the fuel return line is on your fuel rail. it is part of the Pressure regulator assembly. Please view my Bio for access to my Saturn help site. in the fuel folder, go to Fuel pressure lines. the return line is highlited in green for you
No, there is no return line. Because of the low pressure of fuel systems on carberated vehicles, there is no need for a return line.
A fuel return line should flow freely back to the tank. There may be a check valve on the fuel return line that prevents backflow from the tank to the regulator.
The fuel pump relay on the 1990 Honda Civic wagon will be located on the fuel line. Follow this line to the gas tank underneath the vehicle. This relay will be located on the right side of the line before it goes into the tank.
Put simply. Yes it does. The fuel return line comes off the bottom of the fuel pressure regulator and heads back to the fuel tank.
The fuel supply line is usually larger in diameter than the fuel return line.
There is a pressure regulator on the fuel rail, it regulates the fuel pressure to about 45 lbs/sq.in. Excess gasoline is sent back to the fuel tank via that return line. If the return line is somehow blocked or plugged up then the excess fuel might cause flooding thus the engine would die. I assume that when you loosen the return line it leaks fuel out?
Both types have a vacuum line running to them: On the 3.8 engine it is on the fuel injector rail (Metal Fuel Line) near the return line. On the 3.4 motor the fuel return line is mounted to one side of the regulator and it is attached to the fuel rail on the other side.
need photo of return fuel line off motor from a 89' toyota p.u.4x4 with a 22RE motor
The larger line is the pressure line, the smaller line is return.
No, it is a returnless fuel system.
The fuel pressure regulator is located right on on the fuel rail, it has a vacuum line at one end and a fuel return line.
fuel return line is basically used when the injectors does not require more furl in them to inject inside the combustion champer.. so the extra fuel goes back into the reservoir tank through over flow bypass line..
Generally the larger line is the inlet and the smaller line is the return.
There are 2 fuel lines. One is a pressure line to the injectors and the other is a return to the tank.
fuel return line.
The 1998 Subaru Forrester does not have a drain plug on the bottom of the fuel tank. You can drain the fuel from the fuel tank by removing the fuel line.
Fuel pressure regulator.