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Q: How do I disconnect the line from the fuel rail?

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How do I disconnect the line from the fuel rail?

My car has 80000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: Your fuel lines are connected using quick s...

Your fuel lines are connected using quick spring lock connectors and require special spring lock tools to release the lock. You can get them at most auto parts store. Be sure to release fuel pressure before disconnecting line. If you need some help with this or run into any issues, one of our mobile technicians can replace your fuel line and address any other issues present. Best of luck.

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