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Old 05-06-2013, 09:57 PM   #1
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Fuel help

Some of you may know that I'm dropping an 02 V6 engine into a 97 shell. I'm still stuck on the fuel lines and fuel tank. I can't seem to get the tank to fit so ill just drill a few holes here and there to stick it in. And the fuel delivery system is confusing me at times I got almost everything layed out but I don't know where the two hoses on the left side of the tank go? Is it the fuel shut off switch? And yes the lines and tank are from a NE. Just need help where to connect hoses.
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I am not a 100% shure. Think they go to the canister.
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I am not a 100% shure. Think they go to the canister.
Ill remove the fuel canister and see what's up. I also have to replace the tank hoses because their broken and cracked
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