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Hey everyone well I have began to R&R my f/p. I took one bolt off all ready on the rear strap then stop since I noticed the sending unit and the f/p dissconnect lines. the tool I do not have. Question can I di this my self, are there any special tools I need to perform this job. Car had shut off issues and the f/p wasnt priming prior to starting. Advice is always welcome thanks again.
 

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Ok just the fuel line disconnect tool. I tried the metal one last time wasnt successful getting them off, this was for the fuel rail though. I will get the plastic ones this time. Whats the proper way of using the tool?
 

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this is holding me up, damn fuel lines. I got those plastic ones, trash! I had the metals before and still had troubles, this was when I tried to remove my fuel rails.

Question: Whats the best way to remove fuel lines. IE type of tools, tips & tricks.

BTW I thought it might have been battery & alternator. Took it to Advance and I walked out with a new battery and alternator for free, car still didnt start but I know I have a new battery and alternator.
 

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fuel pump fuse blew. Now I can hear the f/p question should I still drop the tank and r&r the harness at least? I have the harness and the f/p.

I still dont know why it shut off on me might be the harness.
 

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done, wasnt really hard at all. I changed the harness, which looked perfectly fine btw, fuel pump, alternator(free), battery(free)

I honestly think my battery and alternator was the problem. the shut off w/out a stumble didnt seem like the f/p also the alternator and battery both tested bad.
 
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