Join Date: May 2003
Location: Tinton Falls, NJ
Unfortunately I didn't take any pics of the process. If you follow the fuel lines back to where they come into the engine bay, that is where the metal lines end, and you have to start the flexible lines. Also if you look under the passenger side, you will see hard lines coming forward from the fuel filter. Basically disconnect those 2 connections, and cut the factory lines in the engine compartment, and the metal lines will come down and out of the vehicle. Now use a razor blade to carefully cut off what's left of the plastic part of the line, and put the new fuel line on in place of it, keeping track of which was the feed and which is the return line. On the other end, you need to cut the quick-connect fittings off the original lines, and put them in the other end of the new flexible line. Once you start on it, its pretty self-explanitory. You'll figure it out.
-91 Cougar LS, coming soon, complete overhaul
with a 427" Windsor.
-90 XR7 5-speed black on black w/sunroof, MP2, coated rotors, double intercooler, 15%OD, ported heads, comp stage 1 cam, 85mm TB, 90MM LMAF, 80# injectors, and ported big valve heads
-98 Mark VIII LSC, Procharger P600b, TR3650 swap and 3.73s.
-90 SC Automatic rustbucket winter beater
-97 Tbird Sport 4.6 Nice weather daily driver
-"Your buddy Mike is INSANE!" -ClintD's dad