Re: [DML] Re: Fuel Line Problem
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Re: [DML] Re: Fuel Line Problem

Sounds, like a solution. I guess I was looking for solution where I did not have to remove the barbs from the car. But all solutions seem to lead toward removal.
  vin 10813

Johnny Sawyer <johnny.sawyer@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
          I had had this problem once too. The solution I used was to put the end of
the hose into a vise pointing upwards and using a rubber mallet to hammer
the barb into the hose.

Worked like a charm on both hoses for the fuel pump.


On 10/25/06, Marv Williams <marv2020@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thanks,
> I presumed boiling water right next to where you are doing the work, think rubber gloves also plus while pulling the hoses over the barbs?


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