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94 3.0 Help requested - engine swap part ID needed.

So, here's my story. My daughter's 16th birthday is coming up in July and I have been putting this truck together for her. I found a 94 ranger shortbox with a great body and blown engine. I found a donor 94 with a great engine and crap body. Swapped the motor over to the good body. Well, I got the motor in and mounted and thought, I have months, I will get around to hooking it all up later. Put most of the parts in a bin and shoved the ranger out the door to work on some other projects. (I have a 95 Z28 convertible that takes up a pile of my time and $$ and I am working on shoehorning a CBR600 engine into a golf cart...but I digress...)

As the Z28 went into the shop this week for paint, I thought I would start to piece the Ranger back together. I find I am missing some parts. They have been moved around so many times in the shop, I can't find some of them.

Basically, I am looking for whatever attaches to the 2 fuel connectors shown in this pic.

Can someone upload a pic of their complete assembly so I know what I am looking for with this?

Thanks for your help with this. I am sure I will be back for more advice as I go...

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