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Old 08-22-2014
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Hi all,
I am working on a friend's 99 Ranger (4 cyl) and am installing a fuel cell in the bed. This fuel cell uses the factory fuel pump/sender unit. I am having trouble with the fuel line routing and can't seem to figure out where each of the lines go. I didn't remove the lines before the fuel cell project started and have no idea where the lines go from the fuel pump assembly. I look under the truck and see that 1 line definitely go towards the front of the truck. I assume this is the pressure line that goes to the engine. Where does this connect on the pump? I have two other hose that seem to lead to the EVAP canister on the rear crossmember of the truck under the bed. Can anyone shoot me some help? THANKS IN ADVANCE!
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