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Thumbs up How to keep the Fuel Line on the fuel pump plate!

The #96135 green Clic-R clamps go on the fuel filter
The #96145 black Clic-R clamps go on the fuel pump and fuel pump plate
You can also use Breeze all stainless steel screw type clamps #3704

1st picture the tools
2nd picture the twisted wire
3rd picture wire epoxied in place
4th picture the upper clamp wired down
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Your fuel must destroy everything Noel, I've only ever seen fuel lines come apart here from neglect.

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Great post though man, great effort.

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It's the hose popping off the barb Dons...not the hose deteriorating !!!.

But in my case it was the top hose that popped off the pump. The lower hose and filter were still in place.
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Thumbs down No, ethanol doesn't screw things up

Notice the top line? I took it out of Skydvr's '07 F4, he said no one had been inside the tank since it left the dealership new
Look it's reinforced line, wrong from the beginning

Look at the corrosion on the fuel pump plate hose barb....the line that was connected to it is just above the fuel filter
But look how clean the filter hose barb is, it's on the other end of the short hose

Think what the inside of the fuel rail looks like
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