It's a copper fuel line that starts under my turbo, goes along the middle of the engine to the solenoid just to the passenger side. It connects to something under the solenoid. Just need to know what's it's called so I can replace it. Got fuel shooting out of it where the little bracket holds it. So far I think it's the Tubing, fuel supply Passenger side. Got this info from another forum. Now I'm not sure this is it considering I cannot find a picture of the item, so I don't know if it's the exact thing I'm looking for. Afterall some things on this truck are aftermarket and I don't know if that would be part of it.
Tubing, fuel supply Passenger side
SPEC TUBE ASSEMBLY FUEL P
I got pictures, not sure how to upload them though. On a mobile too so I don't know.
That looks like it's it. Not %100 sure because it kinda looks longer in the picture. But back to my question on the other thread I accidentally posted a million times. Would a normal hard line work? I could bend it to fit and all.
Theoretically you could, but you'd still need the rubber Vibralok sleeves for each end, and a flare tool. The lines don't have normal flare fittings. When you reinstall it, either insulate the line from the clamp with a piece of something soft, or leave the clamp off altogether. The clamp causes this problem quite often, unfortunately.
Boeing 747-400, Early '99 F350 4x4 std. cab, 217k mi. with late '99 7.3 PSD, 87k mi.
Mods: Clamp,Hutch,Harpoon,Bellowed up pipes,Gutted EBPV,Blank Pedestal, IAH Delete, 2326 Air Filter, NAPA 4911 fuel pre-filter (Stanadyne FM100), 2 cent mod . . .
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Didn't have to take all that out to get the line out. If you have very large hands you probably won't get it out, but yeah. That was it, big ol hole in her. Got a new one for $50 at the local ford dealership. Replaced and running like a champ! Thanks guys!
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