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I absolutely hate it. I'm replacing it on my '92 Bronco and can't get the damn thing off. I got it off the bracket and got the inlet side off, but the damn outlet side will not disconnect no matter what I do with that stupid ass fuel line disconnect tool. Any suggestions?

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Yeah NOS, insert the disconnect tool, push really hard and give it a little twist! Do you need a demo? It's easy as pie. Like riding a bike. :smilewide:

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Ehh, I sprayed some PB and let it sit yesterday. I'm not going out today though with the high being a toasty 22* today lol.

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