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#1 (permalink) Old 06-22-2004, 12:25 PM
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190e fuel tank removal questions

I am in the process of removing my 190's fuel tank. However, I am having difficulty disconnecting the fuel lines from the tank. There is some protrusion on of the lines that looks like an inline filter of some sort. I figured the easiest way to remove the tank would be to cut the lines, then replace them, otherwise I have no leverage to undo the clamps. any thoughts or input on this problem would be greatly appreciated :) Thank You
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RE: 190e fuel tank removal questions

how many pipes are linked to the tank that you cant remove
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RE: 190e fuel tank removal questions

Not sure what lines you are talking about. To remove the tank, the rear end should be lifted so you have access to the supply, return and vent hoses from the closing grommet. All the under car lines can be disconnected and don't have to be cut. The only other line is the fuel level sender wires, but those unplug.
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