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post #1 of 10 Old 11-29-2008, 08:42 AM Thread Starter
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electric fuel pump help!! can't figure somethin out

ok i am trying to put the new pump on but i can't get the old clip thing inside the fitting on the pressure side off???is their a trick to this? special tool? it is a little metal thing it turns inside the fitting and holds in the line on the pressure side of the pump..thanks

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post #2 of 10 Old 11-29-2008, 08:50 AM
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theres a special line tool for that. I dont know who has one other then tool trucks. Thats where I got mine. I'm sure you can order one. I have asked several parts places about them and had no luck. If you could make something that you could roll around the line then push up into the connector you may beable to pop it loose.
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yes it is a tool from ford.but you can get it off with two small screw drivers.push it in the fitting and there is a wire ring in there to hold it together
push the wire ring back and leave the screw drivers in there and pull apart
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I found that tool at my local Napa they had either a plastic set with diff. sizes or an all-in-one metal one that would do several sizes to fit diff. fuel line connectors

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I found that tool at my local Napa they had either a plastic set with diff. sizes or an all-in-one metal one that would do several sizes to fit diff. fuel line connectors
The napa here didnt have them. I've got the aluminum ones.
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The napa here didnt have them. I've got the aluminum ones.
Yeah thats the same ones I got actually when I replaced my pump I just unscrewed the fitting out of the FP that the quick connect is attached to and screwed it back in to the new Walbro 392 pump

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MAN you guys do it the easy way.but i didnt know napa sold the tool,thanks
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MAN you guys do it the easy way.but i didnt know napa sold the tool,thanks
No problem at least my Napa does Jon says his doesn't who know's

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yea the alum. Napa ones look just like the ones in my Matco kit.
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