leaking fuel line

94gtgb

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It's a 94 gt, I was changing the wires, plugs, cap, rotor and coil. Noticed a pinhole in a fuel line, it run from the passenger firewall area to the front of the passenger side of the fuel rail. I started it up to see how bad its leaking luckily not bad kind of bubbling right now, but it's right between the distributor and alt. So it is a major fire hazard, at this time I don't really want to go to braided, I just want the plastic crap for now. I have not tried Napa or Pep boys. My brother works at a Ford dealer he has nothing there. Where can I get this line?
 

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You can run braided lines from the hard line at the fire wall to the fuel rails. I picked up the parts and lines for around $100. Worth every penny. I'm not sure who would sell the stock lines good luck.

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I have it doctored for now, it just sits while we fix it. Before I drive it I'll have to to the braided lines only because they look nice.
 

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post pictures of your problem area, and I'll show you how to fix it for cheap.
 

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Yes duct tape! I used some rubber fuel hose with 4 clamps on it for now, I'll get a picture tomorrow and post it. Where do I find all the parts to go braided? I've searched but I'm not the best searcher, way too much searching for parts and everything at work.
 

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The factory line has been obsolete from Ford for over 10 yrs. Your best bet is trying to find a parts car to grab them from or have some replacements made up. I went the SS braided line route. I have my old stockers in a box somewhere....
 

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fuel lines are not something to mess with and half-ass unless you have a big fire ext and good insurance. If you want to upgrade to the braided lines I think I have two of the ends needed to make the lines I can make you deal on if you want them.
 

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Damn didn't think it was a month since I found this problem! Glad I'm restoring it, and not driving. Anyway no more leaks, went to LKQ here stumbled across a 95 gt with that one fuel line brand new still in it! Fixed that my abs problem, and a few other small problems. TTocs thank you for the offer. whenever I get it done paint, wheels, tint, gt40 swap, and tune if I have any more problems with those lines I'll upgrade to braided.
 

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