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I have a quick question about replacing a DPFE, on the old one the hose fittings are one in front of the other and the new one has them next to each other. Which hose goes where on the new one? Also these hoses just slip on and off correct? No special tools are needed?

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I have a quick question about replacing a DPFE, on the old one the hose fittings are one in front of the other and the new one has them next to each other. Which hose goes where on the new one? Also these hoses just slip on and off correct? No special tools are needed?
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The part number supersedes to the new number, and the hoses are two different sizes.
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