Q: How do you get the purge solenoid hoses off

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Bought a purge solenoid valve and got the electronic hose off do not know how to get the other 2 hoses off, a2012 jeep liberty
My car has an automatic transmission.

You will need a fuel line disconnect tool on most models. Some models you have to squeeze the connector and pull it off. Depending on your connection you may need the special fuel line tool to have it removed.

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