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post #1 of 5 Old 07-27-2010, 04:01 PM Thread Starter
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94 YJ fuel lines at tank

Well... The rubber lines that come off the top of the fuel tank finally started leaking. After much fighting, I finally got the tank down and got the 2 larger ones loose. I wonder who the idiot was who designed that flat rubber grommet thing that the lines run through between the body and crossmember?

Anyway, here's my problem. I have both of them off and had originally thought they were different sizes... nope, both 5/16. Now I don't know which one goes where.
Anybody know?

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post #2 of 5 Old 07-27-2010, 04:24 PM
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The fuel line hoses are a dealer only item. I am not familiar if they are available after market. One of the hoses is a larger end than the hose itself. If the PO replaced it with a standard hose that is why it is leaking.

Pain in the neck I know, hopefully your dealer has it the hoses stock. I screwed up and forced a hose on the line to get by, but I do know that I have to replace it before it leaks.. My mistake.
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Just got off the phone with the dealer. The supply line they can get, the return line is no longer available. Hopefully the supply is the one that has the bigger end on it and I can get by with regular 5/16 for the other one. Now if I can just figure out which goes where....
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I just did mine a couple days ago, and i just ran 3/8 high pressure line on the supply(one towards the front of the tank) all the way to the fuel filter. Then i ran 5/16 for the return (towards the back of the tank) to the metal line.
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Maybe this will help, with pics.....



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