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  Fuel Rail - line disconnect ? - Posted: 07-10-2008, 03:05 PM
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'00 GC Sport, 3.3l

I am going to pull my fuel injectors and fuel rail to have them cleaned and tested.

Where do I disconnect the fuel line, right at the rail, where the steel rail meets the grayish hard rubber lines...
Or down along the fender well right before it goes out of sight towards the tank?

My rails meet a hard grayish rubber line, then they go into 2 short hard steel lines that meet a silver cripmped connection, then there's a short peice of rubber line that heads down to meet the fuel line coming from the rear, it also has a crimp like connection on it. Then there's the connection for the main line from the tank.

Anyone done this?
I have a fuel line disconnect tool.
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