FPR->Fuel rail hose

Ken Keith auditude at gmail.com
Fri Aug 6 23:32:26 EDT 2004

On Fri, 6 Aug 2004 17:18:51 -1000, Ken Keith <auditude at gmail.com> wrote:
> Brett Dikeman brett at cloud9.net wrote:
> Getting the new hose assembly up through the IM while on the FPR is a
> little tricky, but not impossible.  I found it easiest to adjust the
> hose position on the FPR with it out of the IM; it won't line up
> properly with the fuel rail unless it is positioned just so.  Not
> loosing the washers is also a little tricky when reinstalling the
> banjo bolt; thread the bolt through the fitting and hold the washers
> with a finger- and don't let go of them until you're positive the
> bolt is threaded into the fuel rail :-)
> <end of quoted text, which looks unquoted because I copied and pasted
> it into my webmail window from the list website>
> The replacement procedure wasn't bad at all.  I did it the same way
> you suggested, and lining it up wasn't a problem as the longitudinal
> part of the hard line is pretty much parallel with the axis of the two
> FPR mounting bolts.  No muss, no fuss, no problem!  =D

Hey, wait a minute.  Isn't the metal tube portion fo this part
supposed to swivel?!

If it's not, then maybe I have a problem because mine does.  I could
spin the metal banjo portion of it around and around the part that
bolts to the FPR.

Please let me know if that is not a good thing.



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