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Old 12-13-2015, 03:18 PM   #1
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Fuel line bent? I can't tell? (Pics)

The shirt black peice that connects to fuel filter to the line going to the engine has to bends and I can't tell if those are suppose to be like that?

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That looks like it came from the factory that way. All of the other lines in the photo are bent in a similar fashion.
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That looks like it came from the factory that way. All of the other lines in the photo are bent in a similar fashion.

Yes that's what I'm thinking to. It's just odd how that is like that. Do you know what the fuel pressure should be on an 08 gt?


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I'm not 100% sure on your car because I own the previous generation. But, I'm pretty sure that they are the same pressure specs.
40-70 psi with engine running.
The fuel system should hold pressure for five minutes and should not drop more than 5psi with the engine turned off.
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I'm not 100% sure on your car because I own the previous generation. But, I'm pretty sure that they are the same pressure specs.
40-70 psi with engine running.
The fuel system should hold pressure for five minutes and should not drop more than 5psi with the engine turned off.
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