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fuel interia switch

i can not find mine. i have a 2003 ford ranger xlt 4x4. i have looked on the passenger side kick panel and under the carpet and don't think im seeing it. does anyone have a pic of it?
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I think its under the dash.
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i got it from TRS anyone know an easy way todisconnect the fuel lines to the fuel filter?
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nevermind got it.
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need a special tool
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i did it with vice grips
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you removed the fuel lines with vise grips?! pics or gtfo? it is still sealing?
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ya you don't squeeze it as hard as you can. pics of what the new fuel filter? and it sealed fine its just like the factory one was.
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did you have the clips where the center of the clip pushes down? like the nylon ones?
or did you have the steel clips?
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i have the nylone ones. if you pinch the them on the end the snap ring thing will loosen up and you just slide it off. or thats what i did. then just slide them back on.
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be care full doing that if you damage those fittings it will become very costly,dame ford only parts.

that reminds me i need to do mine too lol
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i have the nylone ones. if you pinch the them on the end the snap ring thing will loosen up and you just slide it off. or thats what i did. then just slide them back on.
ohhhh ok...i was picturing you having the steel ones. i usually use needle nose pliers for the nylon ones, i have a pair that i ground down to fit in there
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