FPR->Fuel rail hose
auditude at gmail.com
Fri Aug 6 12:19:28 EDT 2004
034 133 725 E I see is more likely.
Sorry for spamming! (someone probably would've posted to correct me anyway)
On Fri, 6 Aug 2004 09:01:10 -0700, Ken Keith <auditude at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi again,
> I'm having a bear of a time checking the Russian ETKA, Babelfish isn't
> working out somehow for me. But I might have it.
> Is it 034 133 715 N?
> On Fri, 6 Aug 2004 08:00:07 -0700, Ken Keith <auditude at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Well, I discovered mine is leaking too now. Spraying right onto the
> > valve cover. I noticed a brief fuel smell a couple times for the past
> > few days. This morning after I left the house I smelled it again and
> > pulled over and had a look. WHOA! Looks like the clamp has loosened
> > or something.
> > Since I already have some kind of rubber hose and clamp repair, altho'
> > I don't know if the clamps are the right kind, I'm thinking I just
> > want to put the OEM piece in there.
> > Brett, do you have a part number for that part you ordered?
> > Thanks,
> > Ken
> > Kneale Brownson knotnook at traverse.com
> > >
> > At 12:47 PM 7/18/2004 -0400, auditude at cox.net wrote:
> > >Hello,
> > >
> > >On my car, both those lines (at the rail and at the filter) had been
> > >replaced by sections of rubber hose and what look to be standard hose
> > clamps.
> > >
> > >They make me nervous and I'd like to replace them or verify they are spec'ed
> > >for that type of application.
> > >
> > >I'd like to hear how sourcing the oem replacements goes, and/or about other
> > >robust repair alternatives.
> > There IS a rubberized high-pressure fuel line available in several ID
> > sizes. They use special hoseclamps designed to compress reliably around a
> > specific OD. FLAPS would be a source.
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