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Fuel system diagram

Does anyone have a diagram of the fuel system from the filter up for a 95 f-150 4.9? Working on an old project that is missing everything from the filter to engine.
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The only thing between the fuel filter and the fuel rail (manifold) is one fuel line (hose).
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So there is no external regulator? What about a fuel return line? It's been years since I've looked under the hood of this truck, so I don't remember squat from where I left off.
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Yes there is an fuel pressure regulator mounted on the fuel rail and it has a return fuel line back to the tank. But it is not connected in the fuel line from the fuel filter to the fuel rail.

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Thanks, that is everything I needed. Now to track down some lines since they have the fittings.
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