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Icon9 Broken fuel line connector at my fuel filter. Help.

I have a 2000 ford ranger 3.0 6 cylinder. I was replacing the fuel filter when fuel line part that snaps into the clips broke on the side that has two lines going into it. the line in the back was the problem. Whats the best way to go about replacing it? This stuff that should be a quick in and out kill me every time. Help.
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I had this problem too. I just ran a flexible aftermarket gas line and ditched the pre-bent fuel lines with the clips. I hate those clips, they are a pain. Did you buy the tool to get them off with? Or did you use pliers?
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Napa should have a replacement line with connector on it.
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