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Old 06-11-2010, 07:55 PM
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This may be a toughy.

Need the formed fuel lines from the metal inlet to the filter housing, filter housing to the FICM, and FICM to the test port. Also, if the return is a formed line, I'll need that too.

I had to cut all of them to get them off, and with 165,000 miles, I figured it'd be smart to just replace them anyway.

Also, what NAPA fuel line can I use for the straight runs in the valley?
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Old 06-11-2010, 08:08 PM
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Tom IMO I wouldnt bother trying to track down the formed fuel lines. Regular old fuel line will work fine.

the Gates 'fuel line' from NAPA works fine for diesel. I think its 5/8" dia??? Might be wrong on that.

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Thanks Ben, but Id rather not have "kinks" in the lines, thats why I want to replace formed with formed, and I hate huge "loops" of hose.

Glad the regular fuel hose is diesel-rated, though. That'll make some of the job easier.
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Tom I can help.

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Simon, thanks for the advice. After looking at the lines again, I think the bends arent quite as severe as I thought, and I can make something else work like what you said. Nice talking to you.
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1) 97216064
2) 97216065
3) 97216063 But you could use a 4" piece of 1/2" fuel hose, too
4)
5) 97216066
6) 97216067

4 is the "s" curve hose I remembered to the Schrader valve. 1/4" hose. So if someone can look that one number up for me, it'd be appreciated.


In the GM diagram, they are numbers 3,4,5, 22 and 29. The schrader valve isnt shown.
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that number 3 line is like 20 dollars for ther average consumer its only like 3 inches long

ive replaced them all, im moving right now ill see if i can find a parts number list
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that number 3 line is like 20 dollars for ther average consumer its only like 3 inches long

ive replaced them all, im moving right now ill see if i can find a parts number list
Yeah, I saw that. All the rest of those lines are between $5-10. Typical GM.

Thanks for checking on that #4 hose, Dan.
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1) 97216064
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It was listed as a "cold start fuel feed" hose. Makes a person wonder what that schrader valve was originally designed for.
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