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Old 5/8/11, 05:51 PM
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Thanks a lot, my wife is always laughing at me cause on weekends I'm in garage with my 11yr old son cleaning everything.

Fuel gauge is Auto Meter.
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Old 6/27/11, 06:45 AM
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Does it have a special fitting on it? Do you have a part number handy for it by chance?

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Thanks a lot, my wife is always laughing at me cause on weekends I'm in garage with my 11yr old son cleaning everything.

Fuel gauge is Auto Meter.
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Old 6/27/11, 10:12 AM
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What kind of hose connection is that on the intercooler coolant tank?
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How did you guys use the 3/8" spring lock tool on the fuel line to get it off? Mine does not seem to want to get in the opening properly because there is a part of the frame in the way.

This is the spring lock set I have:

http://www.princessauto.com/workshop...nnect-tool-set

Is this the same thing to use on the bottom coupler. The fuel rail side was eay as there is nothing in the way, but that bottom one just doesn't want to budge.

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How did you guys use the 3/8" spring lock tool on the fuel line to get it off? Mine does not seem to want to get in the opening properly because there is a part of the frame in the way.

This is the spring lock set I have:

http://www.princessauto.com/workshop...nnect-tool-set

Is this the same thing to use on the bottom coupler. The fuel rail side was eay as there is nothing in the way, but that bottom one just doesn't want to budge.

Sean
Sean, I have the Princess Auto set as well, worked fine at the fuel rail end but would not work at the frame rail. I ended up buying a 3/8" aluminum tool, I believe also from Princess Auto. With a little struggling and the aluminum tool I was able to release the OEM line at the frame rail.

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Hey Scott,

Are they these ones?

http://www.princessauto.com/workshop...disconnect-set

If so, I will go get it in the morning.

Thanks,

Sean
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Old 7/23/11, 09:49 PM
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Hey Scott,

Are they these ones?

http://www.princessauto.com/workshop...disconnect-set

If so, I will go get it in the morning.

Thanks,

Sean
Sean, yes, the gold one is the 3/8". Good Luck!

Sxott
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