post #1 of Old 08-17-2008, 01:14 PM Thread Starter
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Replacement Fuel Line

I have tried to repair the fuel line on my stock ZJ 4.0. Nothing I try seems to work. It will be fine for a day and then start to leak again. I have called the dealership for a replacement part - the supply line the connects to the fuel bar - and they said that it is not in stock and there are none in the warehouse, but it is $130. I have been searching online for one and cannot fine anything. The local salvage yards don't have any jeeps to pull the part from. Does anyone know where I can find the part online? Or anywhere else for the matter.

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post #2 of Old 08-17-2008, 01:32 PM
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I have tried to repair the fuel line on my stock ZJ 4.0. Nothing I try seems to work. It will be fine for a day and then start to leak again. I have called the dealership for a replacement part - the supply line the connects to the fuel bar - and they said that it is not in stock and there are none in the warehouse, but it is $130. I have been searching online for one and cannot fine anything. The local salvage yards don't have any jeeps to pull the part from. Does anyone know where I can find the part online? Or anywhere else for the matter.

Thanks in advance,

Rick
could you just buy some flexible fuel line from your local parts store and use that? it is like $1/foot.

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could you just buy some flexible fuel line from your local parts store and use that? it is like $1/foot.

I have thought about that, however there are the connectors that you need the disconnect tool for. I am not quite sure how I could attach flexible line to that. Do you know where I could get parts to make it work?

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Did you try http://www.rockauto.com/ or http://www.chryslerpartsdirect.com/

Or http://www.uneedapart.com/

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