Re: [DML] Fuel Accumulator Replacement - Stuck
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Re: [DML] Fuel Accumulator Replacement - Stuck



Martin,

Thanks for the reply.  If I am to cut off the fuel hose, where would
you suggest I cut and then what do I do with the cut hose?

Concerning your comment on removing the hose from hardline in the
second paragraph.  I am not familiar with crowsfoot and spanner wrench
tools (Googled spanner wrench, and it looks like a giant cross at
least 40 cm long).  Could you elaborate on the tools and procedures? 
I believe you are talking about the oval shaped hole where one
normally access the fuel accumulator.



Steve
VIN#04421


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Martin Gutkowski - DMC Ltd
<martin@xxxx> wrote:
>
> This is not going to help too much but one of the things I personally 
> had made when starting up in the DeLorean business was getting all the 
> hoses made with new ends and in a modern flexible high pressure rubber 
> fuel hose - mainly for the fuel pump and for the accumulator. I believe 
> the vendors stateside still sell everythig as seperate parts. When I
get 
> an accumulator like yours that refuses to budge, I just cut off the
hose 
> and replace it. 







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