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Old 12-21-2018, 11:01 AM
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Can't find this part.

Looking for the two fuel lines\hoses that are right next to the ps pump. Mines are leaking. I have searched and searched but can't find nada. Anybody know were I can get a pair. I looked up the number on the hoses but says there discontinued.
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Old 12-21-2018, 02:07 PM
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Re: Can't find this part.

If you mean the rubber lines are leaking, first try replacing the O-rings on the fittings. If that doesn't do it, or if you can see the rubber is actually compromised, take your old hoses off the car, look in your phone book for Hydraulic supply stores, and take the hoses in with you. Explain what you want, (new rubber hoses rated for high pressure EFI) and ask if they can replace the hose and crimped ferrules on your old fittings. Alternatively, they should be able to get new fittings also. Even some of the better auto parts stores can make the hoses. It just takes a special tool to crimp the ferrules on the new hose.
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Re: Can't find this part.

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Looking for the two fuel lines\hoses that are right next to the ps pump. Mines are leaking. I have searched and searched but can't find nada. Anybody know were I can get a pair. I looked up the number on the hoses but says there discontinued.
Here's how I solved that problem , notice that both the hose and hose clamps are fuel injection rated , and available at the local autoparts store .










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Old 12-21-2018, 11:12 PM
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Re: Can't find this part.

I think I'm gonna probably go with OrangeBirds method if I cant find a Hydraulic shop like you said drew. Thanks for the info.
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Old 12-25-2018, 10:49 PM
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I like orangebirds fix 👍 I would go to a hydraulic hose place though, they will make everything up from scratch , consider going from there all the way to the fuel rail with braided hoses and tidying it all up while your there .
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