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Old 09-15-2021, 07:32 PM   #11
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The 4 lines do look like fuel lines. Do they go all the way from back to front? F.I. has fuel pressure and the excess fuel has to go somewhere... back to the tank... My guess, these are the lines. Check back at the tank... if they go that far.
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The lines together are likely brake and maybe fuel. They run down the inside of the frame.
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They are fuel, brake, and evap lines. 2 fuel; 3/16 and 5/32 for supply and return. 1 line is for the rear brakes, and one line for the evap canister above the spare tire.
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Thanks for the extra inputs/comments - I need to get back under in next few days and double check. DVDSWan, re the evap canister, that appears to be the one that finishes behind the cross member - my question on that one, if it is the evap canister, where doe it connect to in the engine bay? There is the canister in the engine bay that has several lines (looks like vacuum lines) connecting to it and I did wonder whether that might be linked.
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Thanks for the extra inputs/comments - I need to get back under in next few days and double check. DVDSWan, re the evap canister, that appears to be the one that finishes behind the cross member - my question on that one, if it is the evap canister, where doe it connect to in the engine bay? There is the canister in the engine bay that has several lines (looks like vacuum lines) connecting to it and I did wonder whether that might be linked.
IIRC, the the cannister has two lines, one from the tank and one from the engine bay. On my 96 it went to a sensor on the pass. side engine compartment on the fender well.
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