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Replaced the driver's side fuel line today. Massive fuel leak has been fixed. Yesterday, I sold the old camper shell that came with the truck.
For anyone new to doing this line like I was, watch the efuel conversion videos to get an idea. Remove the serpentine belt and ac compressor bolts x4 then remove the two more easily accessible bolts on the bracket that holds the ac compressor, the vaccum pump and the power steering pump. Then loosen the last bolt on the bracket, which is under the vaccum pump mount and rotate the bracket out of the way gently.
Then remove the old hose, replace and put everything back together. I didn't use anything loctite or anything since the original didn't seem to have anything and they are compression fittings.
I just got this truck, but clearly these lines should not be neglected. I lost 3/4 tank on my way home from work last week.