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We all know that fuel is the life blood of an engine, but how many of us think about the way in which the fuel is moved from the fuel tank to the engine? Well, we need to consider it because fuel lines are as important as the fuel itself, and when things go wrong with them, serious problems will occur. So if you want to keep driving to your destination safely, you need to add a quick check of the fuel lines to your regular maintenance schedule.

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Fuel lines are the only way to transport fuel from your fuel tank to your engine, and to transport excess fuel back to the tank. This means you do not have to worry about fuel being dumped to the atmosphere, so fuel lines are good for the environment and very good for your fuel budget. They also work with other components to ensure your vehicle is running at its most efficient, so you get the most amount of power out of it without having to spend more on fuel.

Most fuel lines look very similar, with the biggest differences being in their size. Lines running to the injectors will usually be smaller and thinner, while those running from the fuel tank to the engine bay will be a lot thicker to carry more fuel at a time. Those running to the fuel pump, accumulator and other components, will usually be small and may not be as straight as you might expect. However, they can usually stand out from the rest of the components so finding most fuel lines is not very difficult.

Unfortunately, because your fuel lines work so hard, and live in hot and high pressure conditions, for their entire lives, wear and tear is just a fact. They can become brittle after a certain period of time, and when they are brittle they are likely to crack or even develop holes. These holes and cracks, as well as those that you cannot see with the naked eye, will cause the fuel to leak or evaporate out of the lines, which is a problem you want to rectify as quickly as you possibly can.

To find out whether such damage has occurred, you need to visually check each line as well as the ground beneath the vehicle. If you can see drops of fuel on or around any fuel lines, or anything on the ground, then you know there has been damage and replacement is due. You can sometimes get an idea that there is a problem from the way the vehicle drives, but if you are seeing a loss of power from fuel line problems, the issue is serious and needs to be rectified immediately.

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1999 Lincoln Navigator
| Posted by | (Grand Rapids, MI)

only looking at typs of quick disconect

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