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Old 08-23-2014, 02:42 PM   #1
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Fuel Line Hose.

Just discovered that the fuel line hose going from the stainless line to the passenger side fuel regulator and then to the fuel rail has a chunk worn out of it because it was rubbing up against the A/C line test port cap.

It appears that this is a quick disconnect at the end connecting to the metal hose going back to the fuel tank.

Is this correct?

Any alternative other than the dealer on this one?

I bandaged it with a piece of hose split and then clamped over the damage.
I can't see the braids yet so it's not that bad but I do need to replace it.

I have a pic but I can't figure out how to embed it in the message
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Just pop the red button on the fuel shut off solenoid in the truck and run the car to it dies from starvation of no fuel. Then that should allow you to replace the rubber fuel line the right way.
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That part I know😄what I don't know is if it's a quick disconnect at the metal line end. Its really buried and tough to see. Also is it a dealer only item?


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I took this pic of mine, I still have the Ford part number tag on mine, if this is what you are talking about. And that hose should of been routed under the A/C line, not on top of it. And it is easily reachable to get the slip clip out just behind the wheel well and firewall.

The part number on mine says XR33-9324-DD, and I would assume it is a Dealer part as it is a fitted line.

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Smile

That's the beast. Mine runs over the AC line and is hitting the black capped AC port. It's the line going to the regulator which then goes to the rail on the passenger side.

Mine has the factory tag on it, but it's too faded to read.

Looks like it was routed poorly from the factory.

Thanks for taking the time to post a pic and helping me out!!
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Thanks for taking the time to post a pic and helping me out!!

Not a problem, anytime.
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Well I greased myself up and went to the dealer....
I'm still sore...

$84 for two hoses with quick disconnects and bent in the appropriate places?
It comes as a pair of hoses. No other option.

Ouch!!!!

Still, not as bad as my daughter's VW Jetta which needs hoses all the time.
They are usually closer to $100 for a hose with bends in the appropriate places.

People keep telling me how German cars are superior to American ones.
Yea.....NOT!
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Well at least you got the replacement and now onto the repair.
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